Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948): Set in 1745 this famous Scottish story sees Bonnie Prince Charlie returning from exile to lead his followers into battle with the English. Soon though, he is forced to return to Scotland and the ultimate tragedy of Culloden Moor.
The Love Lottery (1954): Niven plays a celebrity who is "won" in a lottery and so spends a week with the winner, Peggy Cummins. Niven thinks of the whole enterprise as silly and so vows to publicy marry the winner, however, he doesn't realise that Herbert Lom, a confident syndicate who makes his money from gambling, is determined to make him follow his word.
Happy Ever After (1954): After the death of a much-loved General O'Leary his village is in uproar as his nephew, Jasper O'Leary, takes over his estate and arouses the displeasure of all.
Eternally Yours (1939): When Anita meets magician Arturo she is swept off her feet and is soon his wife and stage assistant on a world tour. However, she soon tires of his constant flirting and death-defying stunts and disappears for real.
Happy Go Lovely (1951): Niven plays a rich bachelor living in Scotland who is renowned for his old-fashioned, stodgy conventions. So, when an American troupe comes to town hoping to produce a musical and Niven meets and falls for a leading lady it is to the delight of everyone that he begins to act more lively.