Ralph Thomas, 1953
The darts team of a London pub go on a day trip to Boulogne in France in this rather innocent lit...
Michel J. Boisrond, 1957
Charming, cheeky comedy with a stunning, flirty Bardot. A treat.
Marcel Varnel, 1941
A classic Will Hay comedy, The Ghost of St Michael's finds the boys' school of St...
Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1947
A classic French film noir set around the dancehalls of 1940s Paris. Singer Jenny...
Gilbert Gunn, 1961
Coming after Operation Bullshine and My Wife's Family, What A Whopper is a comedy from former doc...
Preston Sturges, 1941
Classic screwball battle-of-the-sexes Sturges that boasts an impeccable lead pairing of Fonda as ...
J. Lee Thompson, 1954
Boasting some of post-war Britain’s most accomplished screen stars, For Better, for Worse is a ge...
Peter Graham Scott, 1967
Pre-dating Mel Brooks’ The Producers by a year, 1967 comedy Mister Ten Per Cent stars the inimita...
Alexander Mackendrick, 1949
The classic Ealing comedy Whisky Galore! is (via a Compton Mackenzie novel) based...
Alexander Mackendrick, 1955
Probably the most well known of the Ealing studio productions, The Ladykillers is a black comedy ...
Thornton Freeland, 1939
In one of his most popular film roles, multi-talented Scottish star Jack Buchanan plays a retired...
Christopher Miles, 1965
An entertaining, tongue-in-cheek musical romp, Up Jumped a Swagman stars Frank Ifield as a talent...