Come Back Peter (1952) A charming comedy, directed by Charles Saunders starring Patrick Holt, Peter Hammond, Humphrey Lestocq, Kathleen Boutall and Charles Lamb. Pandemonium is created in a small country house when various relatives come to stay.
Boys will be Girls (1937) Filmed at Elstree, this British comedy tells the story of a man who has to give up drinking, smoking and wild women in order to inherit a legacy. Directed by Gilbert Pratt, it stars Leslie Fuller with Nellie Wallace, Greta Gynt Georgie Harris, Judy Kelly, D.J. Williams,Toni Edgar-Bruce, Constance Godridge, Syd Crossley and Syd Courtenay.
A Hole Lot of Trouble (1969) The efforts of a group of workmen trying to dig a hole forms the basis for this delightful comedy, with a classic British cast. Directed by Francis A Searle, the film stars Arthur Lowe,Victor Maddern, Bill Maynard and Tim Barrett Also features: Ken Parry, Leslie Dwyer, Benny Lee, Brian Weske, Neal Arden, Hani Borelle, Hazel Coppen and Geraldine Gardner.
A Night of Magic (1944) This previously lost British musical comedy was directed by Herbert Wynne and stars Robert Griffith, Gerald Pring, Billy'Uke' Scott, Marian Olive and Elsa Tee. A man discovers an ancient Egyptian princess alive inside a sarcophagus, and the pair enjoy an unforgettable night of romance and adventure, including chorus girls and music.
A Touch of The Sun (1956) In swanky London hotel the Royal Connaught, if you need anything, just ask for'Mr Fix-it', aka Mr Darling, a hotel porter who has come into an inheritance! Made at Nettlefold studios, this British comedy was directed by Gordon Parry and stars Frankie Howerd, Ruby Murray, Alfie Bass and Dennis Price.
Under A Cloud (1937) Directed by George King, this British comedy tells the story of a man who returns from Australia after 20 years on the run and tries to reconcile with his estranged family. His wife is now well-to-do through inheritance, and has painted a completely different picture of him to their children. Starring Edward Rigby and Betty Ann Davies.
Just William's Luck (1948) This once lost British comedy was directed byVal Guest and stars: William Graham, Garry Marsh and Jane Welsh. It is based on the popular books written by Richmal Compton, who was so impressed by it that she then wrote a novel based on the film.
It's a Wonderful World (1956) This musical comedy was written and directed by Val Guest. It stars Terence Morgan, George Cole, Kathleen Harrison and Mylene Demongeot in her first English-language film.Two struggling composers hit on a novel way of producing music backwards! Songs include- Rosanne, When You Came Along, Girls! Girls! Girls! (Ted Heath, Moira Heath), A Few Kisses Ago (Robert Farnon.Val Guest).Also features: Dennis Lotis, James Hayter, Harold Lang, Maurice Kaufmann, Richard Wattis, Charles Clay, Derek Blomfield, Sam Kydd, Shirley Anne Field and Jon Pertwee.
Pick a Star AKA Movie Struck (1937) This American musical comedy film stars Rosina Lawrence, lack Haley, Patsy Kelly and Mischa Auer.Telling the story of a girl who comes to Hollywood and becomes a big star, it was directed by Edward Sedgwick and produced by Hal Roach. Best known for scenes featuring'Laurel and Hardy, the film was reissued as Movie Struck by Astor Pictures in 1954.
Where There's A Will (1955) Directed by Vernon Sewell and starring George Cole, Leslie Dwyer and Kathleen Harrison. In this endearing comedy, a cockney family inherit a ramshackle farm and decide to make a go of it Also features:Ann Hanslip, Michael Shepley, Dandy Nichols,Thelma Ruby, Norman MacOwan, Hugh Morton, Edward Lexy, Edward Woodward, Philip Ray, Sam Kydd and Bill Shine.