A film with Griffith Jones, Anna Lee, Martita Hunt, and Sir Seymour Hicks.
A young nobleman runs away with a music-hall performer in defiance of his mother's wishes. After a stormy time in Paris during the siege of 1870 the young lovers return to England, and all ends well.
Duchess of Beaumont:
Duke of Beaumont:
By courtesy of the Zoological Society, viewers pay the first of a series of visits to the London Zoo. This evening, with Richard Dimbleby and Brian Johnston, they see the penguins, the Himalayan bears, Polar bears, and part of the Aquarium.
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