Ronald Frankau introduces compilation of turns - roller-skating trio, Teddy Brown and Ma Fu.
Pathetone Parade of 1941 - Reel 2.
Compere / comedian Ronald Frankau stands at the bar and introduces Rollo, Earle and Carole. We see this roller-skating trio (two men and a girl) in action. (Item probably originates from PT 460; duplicate exists in Turns Can 10.)
Frankau reappears to introduce xylophonist Teddy Brown. Several shots of the large Teddy, playing a medley of fast and jaunty tunes on the xylophonist, including 'Canadian Capers'. He then says he will play a great favourite of his, 'Daisy Pearl'. We hear people off-camera joining in with the words - "Daisy, Daisy, Give me your answer do", and so on (I think I hear the distinctive tones of cameraman / cartoonist Joe Noble there!). (This is missing item from PT 413.)
Frankau introduces Ma Fu the Juggler. We see Ma Fu juggling with sticks, spinning a plate on the end of a pole, then juggling with a metal instrument that looks like a King Neptune spear. (This is probably the missing footage from PT 484 - see separate record for details.)
Continued in Reel 3.