A zoo keeper shows the Pathe camera his charges - giraffes, a Kinkajou and a bear.
"How would you like to spend thirty years in a place where your clients wear this kind of a face - ?" C/U of a zoo keeper. A giraffe's head comes into the shot and a long tongue licks the zoo keeper's hand. Keeper is teasing the giraffe with some food. L/S of the giraffes standing in their pen with the zoo keeper. C/U of the giraffe taking bread from the zoo keeper's hand.
"And the quaint Kinkajou thinks it's a feast day when he spots a banana - " C/U of the keeper with a Kinkajou in his arms - a small mammal. C/U of the cute little thing eating a banana which is held in the keeper's hand.
"Bruin says "How d'you do?" every day." C/U of bear behind the bars of a cage. He is standing on his hind legs. He puts his paws up on the bars and the keeper throws some food into his mouth. The keeper claps his hands and the bear roars. When the keeper rubs his hands together, the bear does the same. He gets a treat for his tricks.
Was an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 627.