Large model aircraft are seen in flight - they are made by 28 year old Albert Briggs.
Large, intricate model aeroplanes are seen in action. Various shots of aircraft flying through the air. Albert Briggs makes the models and he has an assistant to help him fly them. C/U of Albert holding the controls of his model planes and shot of him running to collect the plane when it lands. Good C/U of three young boys lying on the grass watching the display.
A model Lincoln Bomber is seen in C/U. Mr Briggs fills petrol tanks of the plane and wipes excess off the model with a cloth. C/Us of various parts of the aircraft. C/U of Albert attaching wires to the model then C/U of his assistant George Webb operating the controls. C/U of children watching. Albert is working on a radio controlled Universal Freighter - narrator gives specifications of the new plane (we don't see this one). Various shots of the B17 Flying Air Fortress taking off and flying intercut with C/Us of children watching.
Note: print only - no negs.