No titles. Acrobatic dancer Winnie Ryland.
Pathe Studio, London.
Winnie Ryland, described by the narrator as the "nearest human approach to india rubber", performs her dance act of acrobatic and contortionist moves to music. She wears a shiny leotard costume with little net skirt decorated...
Balancing / acrobatic act of Sereno and June in the studio - dupe of PSP 851.
Compilation of variety turns, including Winnie Ryland, The Two Leslies and Teddy Brown.
Bob and Alf Pearson sing 'London On A Rainy Night' in the studio - dupe of PSP 879.
Comedy team Forsythe, Seamon and Farrell do funny routine in studio - dupe of PT 236.
Compilation of turns - visuals for Leonard Henry plus Michel and Hero (incorrect soundtrack).
Ronald Frankau introduces turns - Jack Jackson and band, Jeanne de Casalis and Robb Wilton.
Tom Payne and Vera Hilliard in lengthy comedy sketch about lack of money - from PT 40 (?).
Duplicate of item in Turns Can 4 - see separate record for details.
Bernard Monshin and Tango Orchestra with Monty Ray singing 'Tabu' - dupe of NSP 11.
Billy Milton sings ballad 'Time To Go', accompanying himself on piano - dupe of NSP 143.
Pianist Charlie Kunz plays a medley of popular tunes of the day - dupe of PT 248.
Danny Lipton performs fast tap dance in naval uniform - dupe of NSP 184.
Don Marino Barretto and his Conga Band play 'Tabu' - fabulous! Dupe of NSP 267.
Leon Cortez and his Coster Band play 'My Old Dutch' - dupe of NSP 35.
Max and Harry Nesbitt tell jokes, sing songs and do crazy dancing - dupe of PT 44.
Comedian Oliver Wakefield in stuttering monologue about famous Brits - from PT 439.
Percy and Mary Honri play popular tunes on the concertina and accordion - dupe of NSP 12.
Rebla the Comedy Juggler does tricks in deadpan style - from PSP 885.
Robb Wilton in comic monologue - 'I've Been Out Of Work Now For....' - dupe of PT 018.
Rollo, Earl and Carole perform daring feats on roller-skates - from PT 460 (?).
Sam Mayo sings 'Where Do Flies Go In Wintertime?' and other songs - dupe of PSP 759.
Sandy MacPherson plays the BBC organ on a theatre stage - dupe of PT 463.
Suzette Tarri in comic monologue as a spinster called Winnie Waller - dupe of NSP 90.
Ted Andrews sings 'Stardust' and 'Can't Stop Me From Dreaming' - dupe of NSP 103.