Item title reads - Isabelita Alonso with the Amado Estudiantina.
Probably filmed at Pathe studios, London.
M/S of the men playing long introduction on guitars in Spanish setting. Isabelita comes out and sings "Alma Llamera" in Spanish (?).
Bernard Monshin and his Rio Tango band perform "The Rose in her Hair."
Lovely, lilting rumba called 'Elvira' played by Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra.
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.
Alfredo and his Gypsy Vagabonds play 'You Will Remember Vienna'.
Glenda Maughan sings with the Arthur Rosebery Swingtette.
Comedians Bennett and Williams engage in crosstalk then play 'South of the Border'
Big band jazz from Billy Bissett and his famous Canadian Band.
Billy Cotton and his Band perform at Slough, followed by other variety acts.
Comedian Billy Merson performs comic songs - 'Keep Off The Grass' and 'My Mother's Birthday'.
Billy Milton plays the piano and sings his own composition "No Thrill."
Billy Milton singing 'Time to Go'.
Helen Raymond sings "It Happened on the Beach at Bali Bali" to the accompaniment of Billy Thorburn and his band.
Nice little performance by Binnie Barnes and Jack London.
Josef Marais and his African Bushveld Boys sing "When the Jackal Keeps a Howling" and "Sarie Marias".
Wild West cowboy quartet perform camp fire ballad, 'Sleepy Rio Grande'.
The entertainer Charles Coburn sings 'Two Black Eyes'.
Don Marino Barreto and his Conga Band play 'Tabu'.
Don Galvan plays guitar and sings "Texas Sunshine and Home" and "Is It True What They Say About Dixie".
'Mexican Troubadour' Don Galvan sings 'Little Lady Make-Believe'.
Mexican troubadour Don Galvan sings "I Once Had a Heart".
Mexican troubadour Don Galvan plays guitar and sings "The Story of Love".
Earl Carroll and his Band play a jaunty tune called 'Swing and Sway'.
Eddie Kelland and Connie Raymond entertain with a song and a tap dance on the piano!