|Title||The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists|
and Mandriver was that they was both alike.'
While the audience were admiring this picture, Bert played another well-known tune, and the children sang the words:
`Two lovely black eyes,
Oh what a surprise!
Only for telling a man he was wrong,
Two lovely black eyes.'
Bert continued to turn the handles of the rollers and a longsuccession of pictures passed across the stage, to the delight of the children, who cheered and sang as occasion demanded, but the most enthusiastic outburst of all greeted the appearance of the final picture, which was a portrait of the King. Directly the children saw it - without waiting for the band - they gave three cheers and began to sing the chorus of the National Anthem.
A round of applause for Bert concluded