Cartoonist Paddy Drew gives examples of his clever sketches.
No title - Paddy Drew, cartoonist.
Probably filmed at Pathe studios, London.
M/S of Paddy, he writes the word 'Boloney' on the board, then draws the letters separately to make the shape of a face, he adds a few more lines and it turns into a drawing of Benito Mussolini. He then writes the word 'loaf' and draws a line over the top, he sketches a loaf of bread and a pint of beer next to it, saying they are both the staff of life depending on your point of view. He adds more to the loaf and turns it into a man leaning on a bar next to the pint of beer, he adds letters to 'loaf' to make it 'loafer'. Next he draws two hearts, turns the page on its side and transforms them into a man and a woman gazing at each other. He then draws one big heart and turns it into the man pushing twins in a pram.