"The other day Eve cast a glance at New York in 1920, and somehow things seemed a bit queer - "
High angle shot of a New York street - the film is sped up so that traffic and pedestrians seem to rush around really quickly. A street level shot of people crossing a street is slowed, stopped,...
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 642.
Tommy Steele and crew are seen preparing to shoot scenes for 'Half A Sixpence' at Blenheim Palace.
The comedian Gus Elen sings 'Arf a Pint of Ale'
Great shots of the mountain scenery between Canada and Alaska as we join an expedition.
Joke item about a street that runs from 'The Sun' (pub) to 'The Half Moon' (another pub).
Gus Elen sings 'Arf A Pint of Ale' about the joys of drinking beer - dupe of PT 85.
A look behind the scenes at Pathe in the 1970s - including Larry McKinna in a red jumper!