BILLIARDS AS A SPORT & A COMEDY SKETCH - 1930S Australian world champion billiards player Walter Lindrum shows his skill at the game. Cut to Harry Tate and his famous mustache as he performs his comedy sketch aptly titled "Billiards" where he wracks up points at the game until he is interrupted by the ceiling above caving in and raining plaster dust all over the table.
BRITISH MUSIC HALL ENTERTAINMENT - 1930S Music hall was a form of British theatrical entertainment featuring a mixture of popular song, comedy and speciality acts similar to American vaudeville. A performer sings while his partner accompanies him on a Bluthner piano. Audience members enjoy dinner and the show and another performer wears a feather boa and skirt as he performs a funny song.
Date: 1930s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:21:00, With Audio
BOBBY HOWES & WAITER DANCE UP A STORM - 1930S Actor and comedian Bobby Howes does a dance routine for the audience spinning and kicking his way over to a small table where he seats himself. He then bangs on the table for service and a waiter comes racing out wildly careening around the room and briefly falling before regaining his feet to perform a very funny dance over to Bobby and then serving him with a flourish.
Date: 1930s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:28:00, No Audio
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