Full title reads: "Miami. 'Now ... you Golfers ...' Joe Kirkwood says you can do this with that little pill, if you only know how!"
Miami, Florida, United States of America.
Golfer Joe Kirkwood demonstrates to a group of women some of his tricks. He takes up a ridiculous stance and...
Golfers tee off in Los Angeles - includes a funny incident with Joe Kirkwood.
Retrospective of news stories from the year of 1963.
Some of top golfers competing in the "Open" held in Carnoustie, Scotland.
Amusing interview with George Bernard Shaw on deck of ship arriving in Miami.
Sir Malcolm Campbell comments on his next attempt at the Land Speed Record.
Balancing on a greasy pole over a swimming pool and diving from a very high board.
African-Americans take part in a watermelon eating contest.
Shots of the Miami Open - Golfers seen include with winner Sam Snead.
Sir Malcolm Campbell talks to Pathe about changes to his car to improve chances of record times.
Biopic of the American President - lots of good footage.
Film which details the production of cigarettes by P.J. Carroll and Company. c. 1964
Good footage of the first 'Subway Classic' baseball game since 1941 - Yankees beat Dodgers.
Womens' singles match from tennis' Wightman Cup event at Wimbledon.
American speedboat ace Gar Wood shows off his boat, which just broke the World record.
Arnold Palmer wins a three way play off to win the American Masters Golf Championship.
Sam Snead wins the DeSoto Lakes open golf tournament in Florida.
Fires burn and National Guardsmen patrol the streets during Race Riots in Cleveland.
Ceremony in Washington calls all to support the American war needs.
Speed trials at Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. Austin Healey Sprite is put through its paces.
Ladies are shown in various locations exercising, diving, competing in a beauty parade, and modelling the latest swim wear.
Children in Miami are taught how to play baseball by Max Carey. America (USA).
American girl swimmers in training for the Olympics.
Winston Churchill addresses joint session of American Congress.
Eisenhower at Downing St., Ellesborough, St. Paul's and at American Embassy.