Methods of fish breeding on a trout and eel farm.
Full title reads: "Bringing up Father - and sons, too!"
Commercial trout and eel farm. Location of events is unknown.
High angled panning shot over rows of tanks in warehouse. M/S of man using sift to pick up fish eggs from tanks. He uses tweezers to pick out dead, white eggs (narrator calls them "tiny trout corpses"). M/S of man opening incubators. He dips in a glass pipe to transport baby fish from incubator water. Extreme C/U of tiny baby fish hatching from eggs. Various C/Us of larger baby fish in a tank. C/U of fish eggs in test tube - water kept in motion to prevent eggs from sticking.
Various C/Us of tank full of wriggly baby eels. M/S of outdoor tank full of adult trout, a man is throwing them food from a bowl.
Narrator asks: "Yes, Mrs. Parbottle?". A cockney women's voice asks: "If they can do that with fish then what about the chips?". Narrator replies sarcastically: "What about the chips?"