Various turns from Charles B. Cochran's cabaret "Round and Round" perform at the Trocadero, they include dancers and acrobats. London.
Item title reads - And now Pathetone is taking you over to the Trocadero Restaurant, London for a peep at Charles B. Cochran's cabaret "Round and Round".
M/S of ladies performing a number which involves being dressed in various glamorous outfits and parading through the audience to music. C/U of Cochran (?) watching them.
M/S of Robb Carry performing a balancing act with stick and hoops. M/S of a man speaking into a telephone backstage and other girls getting ready to go on. M/S of Robb swinging the hoops around a stick in his mouth, his arms, and one leg.
M/S of ladies walking out in period costume, they perform a dance with big feathered fans. Various shots of the audience.
MS of the Two Souley's performing a kind of acrobatic dance to music. More girls get ready backstage, we also see shots of the audience.
Various shots of ladies dancing in small costumes, it involves bending, stretching and tap dancing. M/S of the audience.
M/S of "A Symphony in Motion" by Marion and Irma, two very flexible young ladies who perform a routine which involves bending over backwards a lot, one man takes pictures. Various shots of their impressive routine. M/S as all the performers gather on stage at the end of the show, the audience applauds.