Introductory intertitle reads: "Curfew time, and country and City are homeward bound, the toil of the day is ended - " The J.H. Squire Octet is seen playing in a studio setting. They wear dark suits and bow ties. The conductor (J.H. Squire) wears a monocle.
As the music plays, shots of London...
Traditional Scottish song performed in traditional Scottish dress by Tom Kinniburgh.
Nice footage of London landmarks and countryside scenes illustrate this song by Topliss Green.
Dramatic song by a five man act - they sing "I Did Not Know" by Trotere.
Cute film of Graham Payn singing a song about the countryside - illustrated with scenic shots.
Two duets sung by Patrick Waddington and Peggy Cochrane who also plays the piano.
Lots of Sergeant Major style barking and posturing during this rendition of the famous ditty.
George Baker sings with gusto - a song about the beauty of nature.