Paddy Drew - cartoonist.
Probably filmed at Pathe studios, London.
M/S of Paddy's name in cartoon form. He draws shamrock and turns it into a drawing of his grandmother. He draws numbers on his board then turns them into a figure of a man in top hat looking at a woman's legs. He draws...
Item showing comedy sketches, photographs and one of Hitler's speeches in negative.
Cartoonist Paddy Drew draws various sketches including Hitler and Chamberlain.
Cartoonist Paddy Drew gives examples of his clever sketches.
Paddy Drew, cartoonist, delivers comic monologue whilst drawing caricatures.
Peter Cavanagh impersonates well known personalities whilst Charles Cole draws them.
Comedian Dougie Young shows he is a talented cartoonists, he draws his partner Nan Young.
Edwin Aldous paints the same picture simultaneously with both hands, only one is upside down.
Sammy and Sausage animation - the characters lift a maid's skirt with the aid of some bellows.
Impressionist Afrique 'does' Maurice Chevalier, George Bernard Shaw and Hitler.
Animation featuring the characters Sammy and Sausage - this week they apply to be film actors.
Impersonator Carl Carlisle does impressions of various famous people including Hitler.
Charles Cole draws cartoon of Winston Churchill whilst blindfolded.
A self-service petrol pump, bush babies have fun and an artist who personalises gas mask boxes.
Gaston Palmer performs clever juggling act with umbrella, cigar and top hat.
Animation featuring that naughty dog Jerry - this week he celebrates his birthday.
Good footage of character impersonator Leslie Strange demonstrating his skills.
Leslie Weston tells some jokes then sings a comic song about the prayers of well-known people.
Baritone Raymond Newell sings in character as 'The Pavement Artist' in the studio.
Footage of cartoonist Rene Strange sketching a picture of Winston Churchill.
Item showing rhythm, good shots of couples jitterbugging, and brief shots of Benny Goodman.
Item about signatures and autograph books.
Variety star Stanelli plays 'Alice Where Art Thou ?' on his violin.
Fantastic look back at entertainers, celebrities, theatrical entertainments, authors and artists.
Trapeze artists Toni Borello and Mimi do various acrobatic stunts.