Pathetone Parade of 1941 - Reel 3.
Compere / comedian Ronald Frankau stands at the bar and introduces Sandy McPherson with a little rhyme. Organist Sandy McPherson is seen playing the famous BBC organ (no longer extant, according to Frankau) in a hall. He introduces different sounds the organ...
Ronald Frankau introduces compilation of turns - Mantovani, Norman Evans and Mantovani.
Sandy MacPherson plays the BBC organ on a theatre stage - dupe of PT 463.
Rollo, Earl and Carole perform daring feats on roller-skates - from PT 460 (?).
Beryl Orde impersonates some well-known defendants in Eddie Pola's courtroom.
Colour titles and black and white introduction to compilation by comedian Ronald Frankau.
The Western Brothers sing topical song 'It Was All Hushed Up' - dupe of PT 101.
The Western Brothers sing 'In The Parlour When The Company's Gone' - dupe of PT 117.
Norman Evans as Auntie Doleful visits sick friend to dispense doom and gloom - from PT 376.
Compilation of turns: juggler Stetson, Arthur Prince and mandolin player Mario de Pietro.
Ronald Frankau introduces turns - Jack Jackson and band, Jeanne de Casalis and Robb Wilton.
Tom Payne and Vera Hilliard in lengthy comedy sketch about lack of money - from PT 40 (?).
Duplicate of item in Turns Can 4 - see separate record for details.
Sandy Powell makes political speech, promising free beer if he is elected - dupe of PT 64.
American comedy team The Jesters impersonate famous singers - dupe of PSP 865.
Two men do some amazing Cossack / acrobatic dancing in the studio.
Comedian Sandy Powell receives singing lesson from Frank Lorden - dupe of PT 22.
The Western Brothers sing their own composition, 'It Was All Hushed Up'.
The Western Brothers sing a funny song about their girlfriends, 'She Does It All For Me'.
Comedy act Collinson and Dean argue about marriage, names and families - dupe of NSP 44.
Gus Elen sings 'Arf A Pint of Ale' about the joys of drinking beer - dupe of PT 85.
Comedy duo Haver and Lee in funny sketch featuring anti-love pills - dupe of NSP 227.
Jean de Casalis as Mrs Feather speaks to her garden supply man - dupe of PT 272.
Max and Harry Nesbitt tell jokes, sing songs and do crazy dancing - dupe of PT 44.
Murgatroyd and Winterbottom (Frankau and Handley) in seaside sketch - from PT 275.