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
FRENCH COMEDIC ACTOR FERNANDEL - 1930S One of France's top comedic actors Fernandel proves that laughter is the best medicine as he gives a performance consisting entirely of a goofy laugh while grinning at the audience.
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
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