Leslie Sarony 1931

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Full titles read: "Now 'Pathetone' presents the well-known comedian Leslie Sarony - and The Empire Girls in Song and Dance."

London (probably Pathe Studio).

M/S of Leslie Sarony in tailcoat singing a song about 'Icicle Joe' the Eskimo. He then goes into a simple little tap dance; at...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
36959
Sort Number:
PT 066
Time in/Out:
01:46:33:00 / 01:50:58:00
Canister:
PT 066
Film ID:
1032.19
Issue Date:
29/06/1931

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