Frank Randle was one of the great music hall comedians and arguably Britain's greatest comic character actor. Today fifty years after his death the mention of his name still brings a smile to many faces. He was the major attraction for years in Blackpool summer shows and a star of many films, all box office successes, including the three classics presented in this collection.
Somewhere in Camp (1942): Army buddies help Private Trevor court the daughter of their commanding officer. All efforts fail - until a hero is revealed and the sergeant masquerades as a housekeeper!
Somewhere on Leave (1943): Wealthy Private Roy takes his soldier friends Randle, Enoch and Young to his palatial home to help him get his dream girl.
Home Sweet Home (1945): Musical romantic comedy about an orphan and the son of a Colonel and his snooty wife, who refuses to give them her blessing.