Item about riddles and bad jokes, with cartoons by Joe Noble.
Part of issue ON YOUR TOES.
Pathe Studios, London.
M/S of old fashioned comedian in music hall. He tells old joke about chicken crossing the road and gets pelted with rotten vegetables.
Various cartoons of different (very silly) riddles: "What's the difference between two elephants sitting on a bun and a riddle? Answer is one's a conundrum and the other's a bun-under-'em" and "What did Lloyd George say in 1843? Nothing he wasn't born yet". Cartoon of soldier peeling potatoes with riddle written above it: "What has eyes but cannot see?"
Intertitle: "What sound is this?" C/U of man pouring soda into a glass.
Intertitle: "What goes 99 plonk, 99 plonk?". Cartoon of centipede with wooden leg.
Animation of soldier saying something rude to a lady, the lady blushes. Various C/Us lines from book Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens. M/S of actor dressed as "man in iron mask" sitting in shadows.
Cartoonist is probably Joe Noble.