Great round-up of popular variety acts: Max and Harry Nesbitt, Kenway and Young etc. 1933?
Reel 4. Wilfred Pickles asks a boy at the zoo who he likes - he wants something "snappy". Max and Harry Nesbitt chat about golf then sing a song and pull faces. One of them plays a ukulele. Another song. "There's Something Nice About Your Smile Mademoiselle". and a song about the weather.
Pickles accosts a man walking in the street. He likes husband and wife music hall acts. Kenway and Young do a skit about a posh woman going into a country pub. A joke: "My name is Harrison, what's yours?" from the posh woman, "Thank you kindly..." , bar man pours himself a pint. Joke around the local Squire being an O.B.E. (He be O.B.E. be he...) She phones a garage and asks for them to send a can of petrol - she has the coupons.
Pickles speaks to a man who is sketching in a park. He likes Wagner's "Master Singer's Overture". The BBC Symphony Orchestra perform it. Shots of various musicians of the orchestra and the conductor.
"The End" title.
Note: Print is in three reels - mute & track negs exist in 4 reels.