76 people take part in cross-country run from New York to Los Angeles, America.
NBC Radio studios open up in New York.
Elephants are used to sell Liberty Bonds in New York, United States of America.
A parade of giant toys filled with helium makes its way through New York, America (USA).
New Yorkers trying to get home during the tube strike.
An aeroplane designed for extra safety crashes on its first flight in New York, America.
The singer Sophie Tucker performs in Hollywood Gardens in New York, United States of America.
Frank Valentinos, a barber from New York, bears a striking resemblance to Benito Mussolini.
Leslie Holmes and Leslie Sarony sing "There's No Magic in the Moonlight".
Leslie Holmes and Leslie Sarony entertain us with the comic song 'I'm A Little Prairie Flower'.
The Two Leslies - Holmes and Sarony - sing and play "Won't it be Wonderful?".
Leslies Holmes and Sarony entertain with a song called 'Don't You Know There's A War On?'.
Extracts from the musical "Rio Rita" starring George Gee and Leslie Sarony.
Entertainment at Santos Casani's Club includes a swimsuit fashion show, Leslies Sarony and Holmes and rubber-limbed Daphne de Witt.
Comedy duo The Two Leslies perform "The Darts Song" in pub set.
The Two Leslies tell jokes and sing a song, possibly called "Fanny".
Duplicate of item in PT 407 - see separate record for details.
The Two Leslies entertain with jokes and a song about what will happen when war is over.
Funny song from The Two Leslies - 'Teas, Light Refreshments & Minerals' - from PSP 890.
Compilation of variety turns, including Winnie Ryland, The Two Leslies and Teddy Brown.
The man with the smiling voice, Leslie Holmes, sings 'Milano' in the studio - dupe of PSP 783.