Large number of hunting dogs are seen at their kennels in Scotland - eating, being exercised etc.
Keith, Scotland. "Setters, pointers, pups of every age - all gathered here in their scores." L/S of large group of dogs sitting in a pen. Closer view of the dogs. C/Us various types of dogs including Red Setter. L/S of dogs running out of a pen down a little slope. M/S of dogs being fed in their pen through the wire fence. "A four-legged tail-wagging army." High angle shot of the dogs running around. Various shots of the pack of dogs.
"And when the gates are open, oh! how they run!" High angle L/S of the dogs running towards the camera, kennel buildings in the background. L/S of dogs running over fields. Top shot of the dogs. C/U of two cats relaxing - little do they know! Suddenly they jump up and run off. High angle shot of the dogs swarming. "A titbit on the way - "It takes 10 carcasses of beef, a ton of biscuits, half a ton of Indian meal, a ton of potatoes, and a ton of turnips every week to feed this pack", said Mr Isaac Sharpe - " Man stands in a field and feeds the dogs, throwing food to them from a bucket. "Crack pointers -" L/S of two men with dogs on leads - rolling Scottish fields in the background. The men and dogs pose for the camera. "Good sports - from note to tail-tip." The dogs stream through some gates. A young kennel boy goes to close the gate but a dog runs back out before he can shut it. The boy goes after it.
Was an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 602.
Note: some perforation damage at the end of this story.