Great round-up of popular variety acts: Dancers, Freddie Bamberger, Dennis Noble, etc. c . 1933?
Reel 3. A cleaning woman is asked who she likes - couples dancing. An elaborate dance is performed by unnamed dancers. Shots of the audience.
Wilfred Pickles walks into a girl's backstage dressing room. Freddie Bamberger is suggested as a possible amusement for her. He is drinking a cup of tea. He smashes the cup and saucer. He makes jokes about his "landlady". He talks about her cooking. He plays a song on the piano called "Who's Taking You Home Tonight?". C/U of his hands on the keyboard.
Pickles asks a mother in the street who she likes - Dennis Noble. He sings a song about a flower seller. The song is illustrated with footage of an elderly woman selling flowers by Eros in Piccadilly Circus. Shots of buses and cars - London traffic.
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N.B. Del Marcos listed in credits but not mentioned by name - the male dancer perhaps?