Probably filmed in the Pathe Studio, London.
Voiceover describes recent events in Al Bowlly's career.
Al Bowlly, famous crooner of Roy Fox's band at the Monseigneur Club, London, singing `Melancholy Baby'. Before singing he says hello to all his British fans.
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Basil Klon and his Cossack Choir sing a stirring Russian folk song in the studio.
Baby faced carpenter's assistant Jimmy sings "Vienna Dear City of Dreams" and "When My Dreamboat Comes Home".
Comedian Leslie Sarony sings 'Icicle Joe' followed by the Empire Girls tap dancing to 'My Baby Just Cares For Me'.
Baritone Robert Ashley sings "First Lullaby".
Famous music hall and variety singers perform "The Sob Song".
Comedy act Nan Kenway and Douglas Young perform some humorous dialogue.
Crooner Al Bowlly sings 'Melancholy Baby' in the studio - dupe of NSP 25.
The Three Blue Notes play and sing 'Dinah', and 'Japanese Sandman' over which we are shown cute shots of babies.
Impressionist Afrique does Wallace Beery and Maurice Chevalier for us.
Variety entertainer Afrique does musical impressions of popular personalities and characters of the day.
Canadian variety duo Al and Bob Harvey sing 'In A Street In Old Seville'.
Comedians and singers, Al and Bob Harvey, perform comic song "We Like Eliza".
American singers Al and Bob Harvey sing 'Whoops We Go Again' - a song about ice-skating.
Soprano Olive Groves sings 'Song In The Night', accompanied by Albert Sadler and his trio.
The musical artists Albert Sandler, Olive Groves and Jean Melville perform for the cameras.
The radio star Albert Whelan tells and entertaining story.
Comedy team Alec McGill and Gwen Vaughan entertain us with a bit of patter and a song.
Alfredo and his Gypsy Vagabonds play 'You Will Remember Vienna'.
Footage of the baritone Alfredo Thomasini singing 'The Old Black Mare'.
Operatic tenor Angelo Minghetti sings the haunting ballad 'Nina'.
Anne Ziegler sings "A Song in the Night" - no soundtrack.
Arthur Askey tells jokes and sings 'The Bee Song'.
Film star and comedian Arthur Askey singing 'A Pretty Bird'.
Arthur Askey gives comic monologue and sings "The Moth" in a funny hat.