Note: Probably filmed in the Pathe studio.
Full titles read: "MEET JULIAN ROSE - the famous Jewish comedian, now playing his first starring part, in a film at Elstree." "Our Hebrew friend as Abie Pilestein, in 'Money Talks', has financed a Revue and is about to tell the audience what he thinks of it - and them !"
M/S of Rose walking nervously from behind stage curtain. He says "Hello everybody I'm very glad to see you here tonight on this Solomon and suspicious occasion." In his revue he says that his show is "rotten !", "It's my show, I put up the money I can say what I like about it". He goes onto talk about money, the depression and makes a gag when he says "Einstein says we're all relatives."
Cataloguer's note: Some footage appears to be missing from the end of the item.