This unique double bill includes George Formby's first two feature films - funfilled musical comedies that helped to propel him to Britain's biggest box office star.
Boots! Boots! (1934) George Formby stars as John Willie who is responsible for polishing the shoes of the guests at a swanky hotel, but now he's taken a shine to a fetching young scullery maid (Beryl Formby). Can gormless John pair up with his heart's desire, when he can't even match up the shoes he's polishing? Perhaps the hotel's gala cabaret night will give him an opportunity to impress... Off the Dole (1935) Workshy young layabout John Willie (George Formby) is forced to get a job as a private detective. Armed with only his trusty ukulele, clueless John is soon bumbling his way through lady's parlours and nudist camps in search of unfaithful spouses and feckless fathers! A huge box office hit that had audiences queuing around the block, this classic musical comedy features six songs - two of them duets with wife Beryl - and includes the immortal Little Ukulele, which had previously been banned as obscene!