Baritone Gerald Nodin entertains us with a song about a country man.
Titles read: "NOW PATHETONE PRESENTS - ANOTHER RADIO & WEST END ARTIST - GERALD NODIN IN A CHARACTERISTIC SONG BY COURTESY MR C B COCHRAN AND TROCADERO RESTAURANT, LONDON."
London, probably Pathe Studio.
Various shots of baritone Gerald Nodin dressed in jodhpurs and shirt, standing on a set reproducing a country pub garden. He stands beside two old country types, who sit drinking their beer and smoking pipes. Gerald sings a song about a man working in the countryside; shots are intercut showing an old man tending cattle and clearing leaves.
The song is familiar but I cannot find a title for it; the chorus has the line "I'm well-known round here".