No title - "Queen Mary" arrives at Southampton with Eddie Cantor and other personalities.
L/S as American radio star Eddie Cantor gets off the ship with his wife and four children. He says he loves being in England and if he ever finds any sunshine he'll be surprised. M/S...
Eddie Pola introduces and sings some well-known tunes that sound alike.
Small Eddie does lots of balances on large Eddie's head while they play instruments.
Singer Eddie Pola explains the 'Twisted Tunes' and sings a few.
Eddie Pola points out that a lot of popular songs seem to have originated from classical music.
Variety act Jack and Eddie Eden sing a song called 'Hoorah Topping Whoopee' about the war.
Variety act Jack and Eddie Eden sing and play comic song 'That's Just Too Bad'.
Jack and Eddie Eden sing a light-hearted song about how people get their names.
Jack and Eddie Eden play piano and sing. No soundtrack.