Full titles read: '"The Boys in Blue" - "Flagwagging"'. (new title) 'Almost as important as the teeth of a Battleship (guns) are the ears and eyes (Signallers). Here are some of "the boys in blue", training at Portsmouth - ".
L/S of numerous Naval and Royal Marine...
Cuts (rushes, out takes) for story SARDINIA in CP 421.
A new tank is put through its paces on a testing track.
The entertainer and comedian Leslie Sarony tells jokes and sings a song.
Item with the comedy duo Max and Harry Nesbitt wearing straw skirts.
New batch of Royal Air Force apprentices graduate, Sir C. S. Burnett takes the salute.
Archie Smith wins King's Prize at shooting and is carried through Bisley on a chair.
Material relating to newsreel story "Queen's Tour Continues" - 54/4.
Max and Harry Nesbitt perform short comedy routine, before singing 'Georgia Got a Moon'.