Stanley Holloway delivers a comic monologue describing how the character Sam
Small visited Parliament, and how, incensed by Opposition criticism, he made a
speech in support of the National Government. This film was made for the 1935
general election in which Stanley Baldwin, rather than Ramsay MacDonald, was to
stand as prime minister. Although made for the National Government, the film was
produced by the Conservative and Unionist Film Association, which had made all
of the National Government's films.
A similar comic propaganda film, Arthur Prince and Jim in a Ventriloquial
Sketch (1935), was also produced for the 1935 election and both are early
examples of celebrities endorsing a political party.