Two clowns put on a clowning workshop for children during their school holidays.
A new clown is put through his/her paces by the famous Coco at Bertram Mills Circus.
Girl clown Rita Rohr puts on her makeup at Billy Smart's Circus.
Face make-up of clowns is recorded on eggshells to avoid duplications or copying.
Clowns performing comic tumbling routine for children in Austrian hospital.
A young boy learns the tricks of the trade as a circus clown apprentice.
Coco the clown applies his make-up and dons his gold suit to go and entertain the children.
Coco the clown and chimpanzees entertain children at Selfridges in London.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for stories featured in CP 322.
Funny stuff from two clowns - making up and putting on their costumes then doing a little routine.
Clowns entertain patients in the hospital grounds.
Clown in makeup - part of Cape own carnival.
Griff the clown demonstrates his balancing skills with a small lamp.
Beppo, a clown, rides a converted bedstead to promote Bertram Mills' Circus.
Extract of a stage play possibly featuring Jack Hulbert and June.
Footage of Coco the clown and pals at Olympia, London.
Footage of clown the Three Bonos performing stunts and tricks.
Two clowns on stage wearing large gloves, performing a comic boxing act.
Performers on stage at Theatrical Garden Party, including Bobby Hales and George Grossmith.
Footage of Grand Fete in aid of hospital fund.
Various circus acts at Crystal Palace - performing horses, stunt riders and clowns.
Griff the clown performs tricks with bubbles.
Various circus acts at Crystal Palace.
Children enjoying a Circus performance at Olympia.
The circus comes to a village, and children help to set it up.
A look at the animals and people performing in a pre-war circus.
Dave and Dusty visit Sangers circus and watch the clowns. Clapham, London.
Compilation cinemagazine probably made for young audience.
Reco and May entertain the crowds at Battersea Park, London.
Strange circus acts from Germany.
Circus performers at Chessington Zoo go through their paces.