Oliver and Olivette of Murray's Club perform a "Flirtation fox-trot".
Olivette dances with a parasol. Oliver comes on stage and bumps into her. They dance together - flirting. They go to the back of the stage and cuddle, possibly having a kiss although they are hiding behind the parasol.
Comparison between the old fashioned girl of the late 1800s and the modern flapper of 1930.
Film about flirtation techniques - a late 1800s film is contrasted with modern techniques. Cute stuff.
Musical turn by Bernard Dudley who sings about stoking the furnaces of a ship with coal.
Montage of picturesque shots of British landscape punctuate Leonard's performance.
Stage performance of the Noel Coward play Bitter-Sweet - unedited material.
Aerial views of the Alps.
Glossy colour footage of London at night and young professionals relaxing and at work.