Chiswick open air swimming baths.
Approximately a dozen women suddenly appear from changing booths at the side of the pool - cute. They walk to the side of the pool and pose in their swimsuits. They walk along, hands on hips. We see various swimsuits and hats in C/U. The girls do high kicks by the side of the pool. They sit on the side and kick their legs in the water, a sign behind them reads: "Shallow End".
Intertitle reads: "California hasn't a monopoly of Bathing Belles or the latest in Beach Costumes". Shot missing. Next intertitle: "The other day we nearly lost our Cameraman - "The 'Rose Marie' girls were to blame - " said he. "But what peaches!" Two girls pose by pool. Hats seen in C/U.
Seems as though the shots are in the wrong order or some shots are missing.
Note: although this is more of a fashion parade, some shots could be used to represent a beauty contest. Nice stuff.
"Rose Marie" was a hugely successful stage show of 1925 which set the record for longest running show in the West End.