An interesting oddity from Elstree Calling, a British Revue film from 1930. This is a number by the Charlot Girls, hand-colored(!) using the Pathecolor process - if you've ever wondered what a high-end British music hall act looked like ... Click here for larger version.
"I would get these newspapers from 1929. I couldn't get enough of it. I read everything - not just the business and stock-market stories. History is interesting, and there is something about history in a newspaper, just seeing a place, the stories, even the ads, everything. It takes you into a different world, told by someone who was an eyewitness, and you are really living in that time." - Warren Buffett The Snowball, A. Schroeder (Bantam), p 148