Star Item
  • Description

    Henry Hall and his band play cricket, then play 'Here's To The Next Time' for a radio audience.

    Titles read: "Now Pathetone presents The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra Directed by Henry Hall. For any Orchestra, all play (Studio) and no play (outside) "makes Jack a dull boy" - but our camera caught a really unconventional "shot" of Henry Hall and the "Boys" in an off-moment. (Not to mention Lawrence Inns and his Boys)".

    Location of events unknown - London?

    Various shots show bandleaders Henry Hall and Lawrence Inns and their musicians playing cricket in a field and chasing a duck about. Henry Hall poses with the duck. A small group of women and children clap and laugh. After the match, Henry and Lawrence shake hands; Henry says "Here's to the next time" and members of his band start to play the tune of the same name.

    Intertitle reads: "And when the game is over, another kind of play - Studio Variety - for Henry Hall and his B.B.C. Boys."
    Various shots of Henry Hall and his BBC Dance Orchestra playing 'Here's To The Next Time' for the radio; the microphone seems to be in a little box on a pedestal. They are playing on a set made to look like a country cottage; the pianist and bass player are inside the cottage with the door open, all the others are outside, among fake trees and bushes. Henry leans towards the microphone to sign off to the radio audience.

    Duplicate exists in Turns Can 22 - check for best quality.

  • Tags

  • Data

    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    Media URN:
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:43:14:00 / 01:47:42:00
    PT 122
    Sort Number:
    PT 122
  • Appears in...

    Sport & Leisure Historical Figures & Celebrities Entertainment & Humour
    Variety (BBC4) 2 Henry Hall Evans of the BR jazz Turns 1932 Melodies Of The Motherland
  • Stills

    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

Comments (0)

We always welcome comments and more information about our films.
All posts are reactively checked. Libellous and abusive comments are forbidden.

Add your comment