PROMOTING BRITISH RESTAURANTS: TOMMY TRINDER IN 'COMMUNAL KITCHEN', 1941
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Tommy Trinder sings and dances in a British Restaurant, in an attempt to encourage the public to make use of these communal feeding centres. Behind him, six women in frilly outfits stand in a line and do the 'can-can', kicking their legs in the air as part of their tap dance routine.
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