Lovely posing by amateur beauties in this cinematic competition run by Pathe.
M/S of a woman sitting on a large wicker chair beside a tennis net. She is dressed in white and holds a tennis racket. Preceding intertitle reads: "The next lady is - Miss A. Mascall of North West London." Miss Mascall turns her head and smiles. She picks up a tennis ball. C/U of Miss Mascall looking to the right. She moves her head to show her profile. The next competition entrant stands in the middle of a pond on a plinth as if a statue! She is draped in a semi transparent piece of cloth. L/S of her running town some steps between two large conifers. She runs barefoot as if a wood nymph! She looks around as if nervous then grabs on to one of the trees. C/U of her face - wild looking woman. Another C/U as she leans against the conifer and smiles. Another competitor is presented. She stands in a garden leaning on a sun dial. She turns her head. C/U of her framed with a black masking device. Very short shot of another entrant standing amongst some flowers. There is a recap of No. 10, No. 11 and No. 12 with a very short shot of each.
Note: Pathe ran a "Screen Beauty" competition in 1920. Women were invited to send in their photographs, 24 finalists were chosen for these screen tests. Cinema patrons chose the winner - Miss Phyllis Nadell - she never made it in the movies!