Mr A Bray, in a hydroplane, escapes from Captain Barnard in a De Havilland Moth, and narrowly misses being floured-bag-bombed.
Full titles read: "'Plane v Boat - London's latest thrill is bombing combat (with flour bags!) between Capt. Barnard... famous flying ace... in his Moth... and Mr. A. Bray's racing hydroplane."
Welsh Harp, Hendon, London.
L/Ss of Mr A Bray speeding along over a lake in his hydroplane / speedboat; there seems to be a man sitting on the bow of the boat and filming from there with a small handheld camera. Several shots of Captain Barnard flying over the water in his De Havilland Moth biplane. Mr Bray zips about all over the place to try to escape from the plane. M/S from the bow of the boat of a flour bag bomb missing the boat and dropping onto the water. L/S of the aeroplane turning and soaring into the sky.