Ann Stephens visits children at Great Ormond St and records Alice Through the Looking Glass.
Item title reads - Alice makes a record.
13 year old Ann Stephens, who made gramophone recording of "Alice in Wonderland" to benefit the children of Great Ormond Street Hospital, visits the sick children there. London.
M/S Great Ormond street Children's Hospital, camera pans down to show Ann walking in. Various shots of children in the hospital as she walks around. C/U as she looks at a book with a boy and goes to see a girl who is knitting. C/U of Ann's face. She sits at table with other children, one has its head bandaged, C/U of the child.
C/U as Ann laughs with Nellie Wallace as they look through the script of the next production "Alice Through the Looking Glass". C/U as producer Edward Genn looks on. C/U sign which reads "Silence please during recording". Camera pans down recording equipment. Various shots as Ann and Nellie read out a scene with Jeanne de Casilis. C/U record. M/S as Ann collects autographs from Robertson Hare and other members of the cast for the children. M/S as she approaches Tommy Trinder, he smiles and signs the paper. Various shots of another scene with Ann and Tommy Trinder as the White Knight, M/S's of equipment and technicians recording it.