"Nowadays, victory doesn't necessarily fall to the strong - the weaker can give a good account of herself (or himself) with the aid of these methods." Dorothy Darke is seen dressed in a snazzy swimsuit or exercise leotard. She says: "An opponent may seize one of your wrists as shown. Arthur Owen grabs...more
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for the stories featured in CP 315.
Various "Hockley" dresses and a cloak are modelled in a drawing room setting.
"Hockley" evening gowns and a cape are modelled - beaded and tasselled fashions.
Two devices are demonstrated - one that stops the lid of a teapot falling off, the other a collapsible table.
Techniques for folding and displaying serviettes are demonstrated.
Craft demonstration - technique for making rugs is shown. A mother and daughter work together.
White opaque plastic? dome / tent, exterior and interior.
Various shots showing cramped and difficult living conditions in small flats.