Tenor Robert Wilson sings 'Hail Caledonia' in traditional Scottish costume.
Brief introduction, probably from a later compilation, of a man sitting beside a large gramophone player. He introduces Robert Wilson, describing him as fair, good-looking and having a magnificent voice and puts a record on the turntable.
London, probably Pathe Studio.
Various shots of tenor Robert Wilson in traditional Scottish costume and kilt, sitting on a table as he sings 'Hail Caledonia'. Towards the end of the song he picks up a glass of scotch (?) and raises it in a toast.
Brief section of introduction man, saying "That's a funny time of the day to be drinking fruit salts".