Edward Cooper plays the piano and sings about 'Women's Silly Hats' of 1938.
Edward Cooper. Part of PIGS MIGHT FLY! issue.
London, probably Pathe Studio.
Various shots of Edward Cooper, in a day suit (not evening dress), sitting at the grand piano. He starts playing the piano and gives a little introduction to his song, saying he is taking us back to 1938. He launches into a song about 'Women's Silly Hats' about the strange creations that women wore on their heads in that year.
In the middle of the song he does a bit of patter about the names given to said hats - like 'Carmen Miranda' or "Dainty - £9.10, very suitable for an air raid shelter perhaps?".