The Three Blue Notes play and sing 'Dinah', and 'Japanese Sandman' over which we are shown cute shots of babies.
These harmonising singers ask 'Did your mother come from Ireland?'
Baritone Bryn Gwyn sings a song about leaning on a farm gate.
Scene from stage play - 'Busman's Honeymoon' - with Nellie Bowman, David Hawthorne and Dennis Arundell.
Great story shows comedian Leslie Henson being sketched by artist Frank Slater.
Shirley Temple impersonator, Irene Price, performs in front of her class at school.
American comedy act Carroll and Howe perform a routine about various subjects including insomnia.
Cecil Johnson gives a funny commentary on a dinner party in the style of a sports commentator.
Clemson and Valerie dance gracefully to the Coronation Waltz.
Dancing duo - Clemson and Valerie - perform tap dancing Rumba routine.
Clifford Stanton impersonates Claude Hulbert, Ralph Lynn and James Robertson Hare.
Comedy double act Collison and Dean.
Danny Lipton and four girl dancers perform energetic tap routine.
Mr Frazer's bird circus comprises a troupe of lovebirds performing tricks and riding on model horses.
Harry Baker Brown hammers nails, rides motorbike and a bicycle, all whilst blindfolded.
Billy Thorburn and his band play a jazz number called 'There's a New World', and a slower number entitled 'No Regrets'.
Violinist Albert Sandler performs an upbeat tune accompanied by the cello and piano.
Juggler Anita Martell shows off her ball handling skills.
Acrobatic comic dancers - Jack, Charles and Anita - perform slapstick routine on beach.
Arthur Askey tells jokes and sings 'The Bee Song'.
Arthur Askey gives comic monologue and sings "The Moth" in a funny hat.
Glamour filled cabaret at Piccadilly Hotel: showgirls and Val Rosing perform Red Indian number, including semi-naked male dancer!
Comedy double act tell jokes and play very bizarre looking instruments.
Comedian Bert Weston performs comic song in style of drunken toff.
Tenor Bernardi, wearing black make-up and dressed as slave, sings song - 'The Sun Shines Brighter'.
Billy Gerhardi and his band from the Piccadilly Hotel play 'Two Gun Dan'.
Billy Merson performs sketch in Roman Villa set and sings comic songs about Cleopatra and 'Desdemonia'.
Billy Merson and his Band performing.
Tommy Handley (comedian) introduces Gresham Singers performing song - 'John Peel'.