Toy Time! 1933

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    (Pathetone main titles.)

    Titles read: "Toy time! Any time of the year is toy time to the kiddies - and here are some to hand them out a thrill or a laugh!"

    Location of events unknown - probably United States of America.

    Various shots of children looking at toys. They include a mechanical singing bird in a cage, a wooden soldier with moving head, a white cat rocking a kitten to sleep, a white rabbit coming out of an egg and then going back in, a barking dog, model children dancing (looks like a toy shop display), a baby doll making a 'mama' noise, and a mechanical crocodile or alligator moving across the carpet to a crying boy - he looks rather traumatised by the whole thing! One of the children watching says "Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?", for no apparent reason.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:27:40:00 / 01:29:16:00
    PT 195
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    PT 195
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