Performer Robb Wilton reciting "The Policeman".
Male impersonator Ella Shields sings and tap dances to 'Sweet Adeline' - dupe of PT 38.
Sophie Tucker sings 'Only The Right Man Can Do Me Wrong!' in nightclub - dupe of PT 27.
Nervo and Knox get a pasting by a bevy of chorus girls with boxing gloves.
Comedienne Betty Fields, sister of Gracie, sings a humorous song - 'Fonso, My Hot Spanish Knight'.
John Collinson sings a song called 'Over The Wall Of My Garden' in the studio.
Comedian Suzette Tarri in funny monologue as a waitress in a tea-room - from NSP 139.
Comedy skit - a Police Chief's wife flirts with a visitor to the Police Chief's office.
A troupe of midgets sing and do impressions, followed by a juggler - variety at its best.
Collinson and Dean in comedy sketch about a man waiting to visit the dentist.
Sandy explains to friend what has happened in his house during his absence - dupe of PT 10.
Charlie Chaplin is welcomed back in London. He arrives at a London railway station.
Charlie Chaplin goes for a boat ride in Venice. Good shots of the comic genius.
Tom Payne and Vera Hilliard in lengthy comedy sketch about lack of money - from PT 40 (?).
Sandy Powell makes political speech, promising free beer if he is elected - dupe of PT 64.
Geraldo and his Gauchos Tango Orchestra play 'Adios Muchachos' - dupe of PT 56.
Great footage of Jack Hylton and Band, plus radio-gramophones being made - dupe of PT 49.
Lovely item showing the gorgeous Adams Sisters singing 'Underneath The Blue'.
Josephine Baker sings a song about Paris at a function.
The comedian Gus Elen sings 'Arf a Pint of Ale'
Comedians Leslie Sarony and Arty Ash as hikers engage in a little crosstalk and sing 'Oh, Mr Constable!'.
Miss Gertrude Lawrence singing with the composer George Posford on the piano.
Ronald Frankau in familiar 'silly ass' guise sings about history and gives us his version of what happened to Julius Caesar.
Comedienne Lily Morris sings her famous song 'The Old Apple Tree'.
Maurice Winnick and his band play a fun number called 'Sing Something Simple'.
Comedian Leslie Sarony sings 'Icicle Joe' followed by the Empire Girls tap dancing to 'My Baby Just Cares For Me'.
Comedian Ronald Frankau sings 'I'm In Love With Susie' and a more serious song about 'The Comedian'.
The Baritone Raymond Newell sings 'Give Me the Rolling Sea'.
Charlie Chaplin receives a great welcome on arrival in Berlin.
Leslie Sarony sings his famous song 'I Lift Up My Finger And I Say "Tweet Tweet"'.
Good item with Robb Wilton performing musical monologue.
The amazing Michel plays the xylophone and tap dances at the same time!
The Nora Jackson Dancers do a tap dance routine wearing sparkly helmets.
Leslie Hutchinson sings 'Close Your Eyes' at the Malmaison, London.
Roy Fox and comedian Douglas Byng entertain us at the Monseigneur nightclub in London.
Leslie Hutchinson, better known as 'Hutch', plays and sings 'What Makes You So Adorable?' at The Malmaison in London.
Lots of Sergeant Major style barking and posturing during this rendition of the famous ditty.
Musical comedy star Dorothy Ward sings 'The Same As We Used To Do' with a young boy.
Lovely dance with a vase of smoking incense as a prop - various contortions and gymnastics.
Great "turn" - Lily Morris dancing and singing "Don't Have Any More Mrs Moore."
Soprano Frank Ivallo sings "Still as the Night" - he does indeed sound like a woman!
Great song - an upper class gent has a troublesome monocle.
Comedy patter and songs by the fabulously posh Ronald Frankau.
Leslie Weston sings a song about how terrible life is once you are married.
George Baker sings "The Floral Dance" at the piano - intercut with shots of the eponymous dance.
A song by Frank Wignall about what he would do if he had his way - a countryside tramp character.
Young boy soprano Graham Payn sings a song whilst standing beside a piano.
Girls lounge in armchairs and smoke as they listen to Lance Fairfax.
The baritone Raymond Newell sings 'Watch the Navy'.
Gus Elen sings a song about a day out with his family sightseeing in London - dupe of PT 119.
Geraldo and his orchestra play 'My Sunshine is You' and 'Close Your Eyes' - dupe of PSP 735.
George Bernard Shaw talks to cameramen on arrival in South Africa - he then takes a flight.
The comedian Ronald Frankau performing comic routine.
Comedian Robb Wilton delivers a monologue about pals, cars and women fighting.
Norman Long tells a 'cockney story' and sings 'The Barrers in the Walworth Road'.
Robb Wilton as a prison governor delivers a comic monologue.
Ventriloquist A C Astor does a 'boxer and manager' routine with his puppet.
Excellent Robb Wilton monologue, as he poses as a magistrate
The comedian Ronald Frankau tells several comical stories about members of his family.
Footage of clown the Three Bonos performing stunts and tricks.
Men in drag perform a high kick routine.
Leslie Hutchinson sings "How Deep is the Ocean", at the Malmaison, London.
Brief but excellent footage of the jazz band leader Duke Ellington playing with his band at the Cotton Club in New York in the United States of America.
Ronald Frankau tells a story about a train journey to the Isle of Wight, then sings one of his 'country boy' songs.
Leslie 'Hutch' Hutchinson sings and plays 'Trees' at the Malmaison restaurant in London.
Billy Cotton and his Band perform at Slough, followed by other variety acts.
The ventriloquist Arthur Prince with his puppet in naval uniform.
Very good Robb Wilton monologue and song called 'I Don't Work For A Living'.
The Tenor Richard Tauber sings Schubert's 'Serenade'.
The Variety comedian Leslie Sarony sings his new song 'Pegatty Leg'.
Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'Top O' The House' to two couples in the studio.
Comedian Ronald Frankau performs a song about public school police.
Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'Danny Boy' in the studio.
Comedian Ronald Frankau tells story of Nell Gwyn and sings of learning to be a gentleman.
Wilson, Keppel and Betty do famous sand dance at Trocadero - dupe section of PT 164.
Robb Wilton in comic monologue - 'I've Been Out Of Work Now For....' - dupe of PT 018.
Comic monologue and song from comedian Tommy Handley.
Excellent Robb Wilton sketch in which he plays a policeman and interrogates a woman over her poisoning of her husband.
Good Robb Wilton story in which he plays a fireman.
Geraldo and his orchestra play 'One Morning In May'.
Gladys Merredew performs a comical monologue about what a 10-month-old baby is thinking.
The entertainer Charles Coburn sings 'Two Black Eyes'.
Behind the scenes of a film with the operatic singer Richard Tauber, Elstree, London.
Very good footage of the singer / comedienne Sophie Tucker on her new boat in Brentford, Greater London.
Ventriloquist Arthur Prince and his puppet in a Navy routine.
Scovell and Wheldon sing the tongue-twisting song 'A Proper Cup of Coffee'.
Harry Tate with a very young Hughie Green in a comedy sketch about an estate and detective agency.
The famous radio star Al Bowlly sings 'The Very Thought of You.'
Lance Fairfax sings the cowboy song 'The Last Round Up', in white tie and tails.
Mantovani and his Tipica orchestra play 'Reginella'.
Good Robb Wilton monologue.
Pianist Charlie Kunz plays some popular tunes of the day in the studio.
Great item with comedian Robb Wilton giving tips on hunting lions in the jungle.
Pianist Charlie Kunz plays 'Poor Butterfly', 'After You've Gone' and 'Whispering'.
Veteran entertainer Charles Coburn sings 'The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo'.
Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra play 'Vienna' in the studio.
Indestructible man Sirdani jumps on broken glass then eats a record.
Lovely, lilting rumba called 'Elvira' played by Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra.
Baritone Eric Woodburn sings the sombre song 'Coaling' about being a ship's stoker.
Two turns show us what entertainment was like - Douglas Byng and a vibes player.
Norman Long sings 'Thirty Thousand Quid', about a man wondering what he'd do if he won the Irish Sweepstake.
Geraldo and his band perform 'One Morning in May'.
Murgatroyd and Winterbottom (Frankau and Handley) in seaside sketch - from PT 275.
Character singer Eric Woodburn perform military marching song 'Boots' - dupe of PSP 911.
Tommy Handley performs comic monologue about a hike in the countryside - from PSP 903.
Jack Plant sings 'The Isle of Capri' and 'What A Difference A Day Makes' in the studio.
Comedian Ronald Frankau sings about Shakespeare and give us his version of 'Macbeth'.
Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra play 'I Saw Stars' in the studio.
A petite woman is thrown over the traffic on a busy road by two muscle men.
Good item with the Australian baritone Lance Fairfax singing 'Looking from my Balcony'.
Ventriloquist Arthur Prince performs his act with his dummy 'Jim'.
Popular Black British artist, Leslie Hutchinson sings at piano - "Don't Let the River Run Dry".
Ventriloquist Astor and his depressive sailor dummy sing "Spike Sullivan's Girl".
Crooner Al Bowlly sings 'Melancholy Baby' for his British Fans.
Charles Coburn sings 'He's Alright When You Know Him'.
Ronald Frankau sings a political satire about the League of Nations and how every nation should make it up and all be friends.
Arthur Haylock eats razor blades, flowers, a light bulb and a bowler hat.
Strongman The Great Challard tears a telephone directory in half and bends steel bars.
Fred Roper and his midgets sing a few songs, tell jokes and do impressions.
Excellent crosstalk - Ronald Frankau and Tommy Handley as Murgatroyd and Winterbottom.
Double comedy act - Ronald Frankau and Monte Crick.
Robb Wilton entertains as a bumbling solicitor who can't remember any of his clients or cases.
Champion steel bender, The Great Challard, exercises with and stands on his 4-year-old son!