Mitty and Tillio who are appearing in "Fun of the Fayre" do an exhibition dance - acrobatic.
Title reads: "Fun of the Fayre - courtesy of Mr C.B. Cochran". C/U of Mitty and Tillio in an embrace. She smiles, he scowls. They dance in front of a curtain. It is an acrobatic dance involving lifts and twirls. Some is seen in slow motion.
Note: Mitty and Tillio were paid £60 a week to appear in this production - they were later paid five times this amount by Ziegfield to appear with his famous Follies. Source: Cochran's autobiography.
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