Good item with Ronald Frankau singing and airing his views on the British Empire.
Note: Probably filmed in the Pathe studio.
Full titles read: "Another favourite Radio, Record & West End Star - RONALD FRANKAU - in 'I'm terribly, terribly British !' (Monty Crick at the Piano)."
L/S of Monty Crick playing the piano. The comedian and entertainer Ronald Frankau walks on and starts singing his song 'I'm Terribly Terribly British !'
Frankau talks about the far flung places of the British Empire. He says, "it's a pity it has been flung so far. All over the world there are thousands of Englishmen, sorry, there are thousands of Scotsmen and one or two Englishmen saving money and their country in uncomfortable places." Frankau continues to air his views on the heroics of the British working abroad and then starts to sing again.
L/S of Frankau walking off screen waving a small Union Flag ('Union Jack') and repeating the word "Hooray !" several times.