The Baby And The Battleship (Dir: Jay Lewis) (1956): After a quayside mix-up with the Italian family of his fiancée, able Seaman, Knocker White, finds himself literally left holding the baby. Unable to return it before his ship sails he enlists the help of best mate Puncher Roberts to smuggle the child aboard. But babies are surprisingly demanding and gradually the whole crew is drawn into helping keep it fed and washed - and undiscovered. Even so, the officers above deck start to puzzle over the increasingly strange happenings on board.
It's Great To Be Young (Dir: Cyril Frankel) (1956): Mr. Dingle is the popular music teacher in an English school, but when the headmaster threatens to close down the school band the pupils and Mr. Dingle must unite and use their musical skills to save the school band.
The Gentle Gunman (Dir: Basil Dearden) (1952): Terrance Sullivan is a member of the IRA and has moved to London, along with his brother and a group of IRA members, to wreak havock on London. However Terrance becomes weary of the constant violence and refuses duirect orders to blow up a railway station. The IRA soon place a price on the Gentle Gunman's head and brand him a traitor.
The Family Way (Dir. Roy Boulting) (1966): When newly-wed Arthur Fitton (Hywel Bennett) fails to consummate his marriage, his nervous bride, Jenny (Hayley Mills), thinks it's her fault. But the root of the problem lies with his bullying father, Ezra (John Mills), whose presence in the same Lancashire household has an inhibiting effect on his shy, sensitive son.
Features soundtrack composed by Paul McCartney.