In this film, Dr. Christian, the lovable doctor of an American small town community, is played by Jean Hersholt.
Richard Dimbleby and Bill Allenby take viewers to the King's Troop Barracks at St. John's Wood where they meet the Battery Commander, Major J. A. Norman, D.S.O., R.H.A. Viewers see the horses and the preparation and training which produce the traditional splendour and smartness of the R.H.A.
This ceremonial artillery battery has been seen in television this year firing a Royal Salute in Hyde Park and recently, performing the famous musical ride in the Royal Tournament at Olympia, as well as providing a detachment bearing the large wreath at the unveiling of the R.A. War Memorial.
A Russian cartoon film.
A play in one act by Neil Grant.
Scene: The sitting-room in a flat in a modest street in Edinburgh in the year 1903.