A young Michael Crawford stars in Soapbox Derby (1957) as leader of the Battersea Bats. Filmed in and around south London's dockyards, this action-packed thriller features an excellent slapstick performance from Denis Shaw. In The Sky-Bike (1967), all Tom Smith can think about is becoming a pilot. When he accidentally stumbles across a prototype man-powered flying machine, he convinces its eccentric inventor, Mr Lovejoy, to let him help get it off the ground. This imaginative, air-borne adventure features character actor Liam Redmond as the down-on-his-luck mastermind behind the flying machine. Sammy's Super T-Shirt (1978) sees our 12-year-old hero setting his heart on winning the Junior Superstar Challenge Cup track race. His secret weapon, a lucky tiger t-shirt, is about to take on a life of its own when it accidentally becomes part of a top-secret scientific experiment, which gives its wearer awesome super strength. Featuring a comic double-act by Richard Vernon and Julian Holloway as the nefarious scientists, this is one of the best-remembered Children's Film Foundation productions.