Feature film released in 1926 - a film biography of Horatio Nelson. Made by British Instructional Films, Surbiton, Surrey, directed by Walter Summers. Opening Credits: "Adapted and produced by Walter Summers. Photographed by J. Parker and E. Warneford. Settings by W. Murton. Approved by the Admiralty....more
Famous ballerina Anna Pavlova is shown as she leaves the stage for one last time.
Robert Easton shows a little girl how he cuts silhouettes from paper.
Ivan Silva tells us how personality can be read through handwriting.
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for LORD BYNG in G 1556 ?
Psychologist Jacques Penry suggests a person's profile can indicate their personality.
Speech only item - Aviation pioneer Graham White speaks about flying tour of South Africa.
Shot of Ernest Blythe, smiling and speaking to camera (silent).
Couple on deck of ship, possibly connected with the theatre.