Fun At St. Fanny's: Schoolboy howlers abound in this unforgettably odd vintage classroom comedy caper, starring radio favourite Cardew The Cad Robinson and a host of familiar British film and television faces. Gormless 25 year-old Cardew, wealthy beneficiary of the Robinson Will, should have left St. Fanny's School many years ago. However, seedy headmaster Dr. Jankers is in the toils of shady bookmaker Harry the Scar and has so-far kept his golden goose perched firmly at the bottom of the class. Blissfully unaware of nefarious intrigue around him, Cardew continues to flirt coyly with the French mistress and gamble for school dinners on the form room roulette wheel. But canny Scots solicitor McTavish has been sent to investigate... Featuring television's Billy Bunter, Gerald Campion, gorgeous Vera Day, Will Hay cohort Claude Hulbert, muddle-mouthed Stanley Unwin, a young Ronnie Corbett, and enough old jokes to fill a Christmas Cracker factory.
You Lucky People: Forward march for vintage fun and laughter with legendary quick-fire comic Tommy Trinder in this raucous parade-ground comedy. Reservist Tommy Smart has made his fortune selling army surplus and is not best pleased to be recalled to barracks for two weeks compulsory training. Arriving with his trusty manservant, his dreams of a quiet life are shattered when he gets an ear-splitting welcome from his old enemy, Sergeant Thickpenny, and the notorious R.S.M. Brittain, who s already decided Tommy is an 'orrible little man. The war might be over but with a mountain of spud bashing to do, some highly irregular night manoeuvers to be carried out, and romance in the air, it's just one skirmish after another around this highly active army base. Will Tommy make it back to civvy street in one piece? Also amidst the ranks of unwilling recruits is a young Rolf Harris, armed only with a pen, risking the Sergeant Major's wrath with his caustic caricatures.