Comedy. A vehicle for the comedian, Max Miller. Shot list pertains to the 105ft extract held by the archive, possibly all that remains of this 'lost' film. No titles. A sports car arrives at a leafy location (3). Inside a house, a young couple contemplate answering a phone. The female answers (17). MCS of the couple as the female answers. The male asks who it is. Excitedly, the female says, 'It's Evans' (25). MCS of Evans and two other men in a harness room. Evans, straw protuding from his suit, speaks down a phone, 'Is that you Harry?' (35). A telephone conversation ensues about a pawn shop. Evans puts down the phone (49). Pan across the harness room, following Evans and the two other men towards the door. A scuffle is started and Evans begins a tirade against the two men in support of his pal, Nobby. Evans exits (78). Evans dashes to a car, which is situated in a stable yard. One of the other men, in a pinstripe suit and dark trilby, asks Evans, 'What are you doing?' Evans, in a light pinstripe and white trilby, answers, 'I'm going to London' (84). The car is owned by the dark pinstriped man and Evans jokes about giving the owner a lift in his own car. Evans sits in the front, the owner in the back. The car drives away (105ft).
Farce of the adventures and mishaps of an optimistic racing tipster who is always wrong.