Robert Baker and Monty Berman co-direct this British crime comedy.
Melody Club (1949) A Tempean Films production with cinematography by Peter Newbrook. Terry-Thomas stars in one of his earliest roles as a nitwit detective on the trail of a gang of jewel thieves. He traces them to a nightclub and ultimately, more by luck than judgement, rounds them up.
A Hole Lot of Trouble (1969) A "Screen Miniature" made at Rayant Studios, Bushey, Hertfordshire. The comedy-short was based on an original story from and directed by second-feature specialist Francis Searle. Three workmen assigned to dig a hole near a road for an electrical cable run into problems with local officials who believe the hole is being dug in the wrong place and should be closer to the home of a prissy fashion designer.
Gold Is Where You Find It (1968) Steve (Barry Keegan) returns to Ireland a millionaire, gets drunk and loses the gold nuggets - everybody thinks its a gold rush.