Various types of dogs are presented to the camera - a dog show in Richmond.
A tribute to the recently deceased Anna Pavlova shows the dancer in silent footage, supposedly backstage at Christmas.
Nice footage of the 3 Arts Club Ball - fancy dress outfits and stars of stage and screen.
Students rag in Paris, London.
Women artists are seen painting and displaying their artwork.
Art Brooks, aged 15, wins annual bicycle race in Toronto, Canada.
Art students dress as animals on Noah's ark in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Young boys learn the art of fishing.
The actor Charles Laughton is seen applying false eyelashes, facial hair and stage make-up.
Lovely film showing bohemian artists at work in Montparnasse - Fujita is featured.
Lovely film showing the actress Josephine Earle having elaborate designs painted on her arms.
Excellent documentary about women's lives in the 1920s - great commentary by Joyce Grenfell.
Mr Albert Sammons the violinist demonstrates developing machines - used to perfect finger movements.
Lovely fashion item - women model glamorous swimwear.
Fantastic peek at the British Film Industry of the 1920s - clips from great silent films and newsreels.
Performing chimpanzee does various tricks and stunts.
Great footage of a women's football team in training - boxing, exercising, riding bicycles and a horse.
Blind masseurs train with boxer Primo Carnera.
Exterior shots of cinemas.
A woman teaches a young girl some ballet steps in a large garden.
Crazy dancing involving much throwing around and the splits - a funny routine.
Acts from the Piccadilly cabaret including the hilarious Hank the Mule and Hal Sherman.
Slapstick stuff from the girls of the Piccadilly Revels' Cabaret who fool around by the river.
Mildred Melrose shakes her money maker in an excellent rendition of the Black Bottom - fabulous!
Dance stunt - Bee Jackson dances in a very small space - some slow motion footage.
Robert Stickney and partner perform a Charleston - he wears very tall stilts. Very cute film.
A policeman decides which of a bevy of bathing belles is dressed suitably for the beach.
Old and new standards of dress and behaviour are contrasted.
The latest in hairstyles from America - lots of shingles and bobs but tendency for longer styles.
A woman submits to facial tattooing in order to have permanently rosy cheeks.
Interesting film showing difference between African fashions and European fashions.
Blanc Djelmake celebrates 70th birthday by walking across Montmartre on tight rope.
Astounding film of a 1920s drag act - chorus girls who turn out to be boys!
Cute baby Pumas play with a young child and a small wolf.
Co-production with the BBC.
Footage of mothers of American soldiers visiting Paris, France.
Negro Spiritualist group the 'Kentucky Singers' sing "I gotta robe."
Josephine Baker sings a song about Paris at a function.
British actress Dorothy Mackaill returns home from Hollywood to Hull.
Hollywood comedian Fatty Arbuckle fools around for the Pathe cameras.
Sophie Tucker sings 'Only The Right Man Can Do Me Wrong!' in nightclub - dupe of PT 27.
An novel bicycle that can carry an entire family.
Attractive woman on motorcycle in Paris.
Actor Charlie Chaplin returns to London where he is interviewed by journalists and mobbed by fans.
Reel of extracts from a retrospective documentary tracing the development of moving pictures.
Great film showing how radio broadcasts are recorded and transmitted.
Film star Betty Balfour chooses 25 men for role of bowlegged bodyguard in her new film. 500 men applied at B.I.P. Studios in London.
Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks arrive in England and are given a warm welcome by fans.
Funny film showing glamour girls flashing off their prize-winning legs.