Comedy team Forsythe, Seamon and Farrell entertain us with a couple of songs and some funny business.
Titles read: "Now Pathetone has pleasure in presenting - The Famous Comedy Team - Forsythe, Seamon & Farrell - of Variety renown".
London (probably Pathe studio).
We first see a man singing a rather slow and stodgy song. He is interrupted by a large woman, wheeling a piano onto the stage. She says she wants some hot music and starts singing 'Nobody's Sweetheart Now', while the man seems to accompany her on the piano (sounds more like a full jazz band playing). The woman does some crazy dancing to the music.
A blonde woman runs onto the stage and asks the man if the other woman is Mae West. The man says "No, it's Tuckbone Annie"! The girl starts singing a song, 'Every Little Bit of Me Loves Every Little Bit of You" in a squeaky Brooklyn accent, accompanied by the large woman on piano. The man joins in, then the girl goes into a twirling dance.
I'm not sure which is Forsythe, which is Seamon and which is Farrell in this act.
Duplicate exists in Turns Can 9 - see separate record for details.