Women workers make toys for export in a factory.
Titles read: "TOYS FOR HOME AND ABROAD".
Location of events unknown possibly Lines Brothers toy factory in Merton, London.
Various shots of women workers making toys in a factory. Commentator says "Toys for export mean money to pay for much-needed imports and at last there are some left for our own shops".
One woman forces some straw into a large stuffed dog toy. Nice shots of women at benches fitting wheels to toy cars and hooks to trains. A man in a factory coat looks at a tray of small wooden toys. C/U of one of the toys - it's one of those jointed animals mounted on a base that collapses when you press the base in.
Lead soldiers are made and painted by hand. They are then carded and packed into boxes for export.