Nice film about the 'prim primrose girls' who used to sing on the streets of London.
Full titles read: "THE STREET CRIES OF OLD LONDON. Filmed by permission of Committee - St. Mary's Convalescent, Birchington."
Intertitle reads: "Many generations ago London's streets were brightened by the musical cries of the Vendors - the prim primrose girls - (Eve Maxwell-Lyte, Iris Gibbs and 'Meg')."
M/S's of two young women and a little girl singing songs in the street. The girls are wearing eighteenth / nineteenth century working class dress.
Intertitle reads: "Your ripe strawberries -"
L/S's of the women walking down the street carrying large baskets on their heads. They sing very cheerfully about "ripe strawberries". Good M/S of women carrying two pails of milk attached to a yoke around her neck. She sings and asks "Will you buy any milk today. M/S's of women tempting us with her selection of oranges.