Quirky piece about a woman who makes money by removing specks of dust from people's eyes.
C/U of a man emerging from a doorway. He adjusts his hat and steps out into the street. He wipes his eye - he has a speck of dust in his eye. "You, of course, must be on the look-out, the same as Cinder Ella."
M/S of a woman standing on a street corner. She wears a big coat and cloche hat. A woman passes then the man seen earlier. She speaks to him. C/U of the woman's hands as she takes a piece of cotton wool from a box she has in her pocket. "Do the job well." She rolls the cotton into a point then dabs it into the gentleman's eye. "And get the money C.O.D. (Cinders on Delivery)." They have a little chat and he hands her some money. Bizarre! Very short - incomplete story (but cute!)
Note: This is possibly one of the"Walter Futter's Curiosities" in the Eve Pic collection - American films which it appears Pathe bought then retitled for use in the U.K. This might also be an extract from the Walter Futter film "Back Home".
Yellow tinted nitrate print.