A documentary tracing the history of 35 years of musicals on film.
Compilation of variety turns, including Winnie Ryland, The Two Leslies and Teddy Brown.
Leslie Hutchinson, better known as 'Hutch', plays and sings 'What Makes You So Adorable?' at The Malmaison in London.
Leslie Hutchinson sings 'Close Your Eyes' at the Malmaison, London.
Ted Andrews sings 'Stardust' and 'Can't Stop Me From Dreaming' - dupe of NSP 103.
Ella Shields in male drag (top hat and tails) sings 'Adeline'.
Felix Mendelssohn and his band play 'I Double Dare You' - dupe of PT 440.
Felix Mendelssohn and his band plus Paula Green perform the jazz song 'I Double Dare You'.
Reel of extracts from a retrospective documentary tracing the development of moving pictures.
Gus Elen sings about losing his pal Jim now that Jim is married - dupe of PT 96.
The comedian Gus Elen sings 'Arf a Pint of Ale'
Good footage of the variety stars at the Trocadero Restaurant in London.
Wilson, Keppel and Betty do famous sand dance at Trocadero - dupe section of PT 164.
Comedienne Suzette Tarri performs a comic monologue about her 44 year old daughter's wedding.
Comedians Bennett and Williams engage in crosstalk then play 'South of the Border'
Fabulous xylophone playing from Teddy Brown on 'The Dance of the Raindrops' and 'Amy'.
Compilation of turns from Pathetones and Pictorials, compered by comedian Ronald Frankau.
Crooner Al Bowlly sings 'Melancholy Baby' for his British Fans.