1. Heavens Above! (Dir. John Boulting & Roy Boulting, 1963)
2. I'm Alright, Jack (Dir. John Boulting, 1959)
3. Only Two Can Play (Dir. Sidney Gilliat, 1962)
4. Very Best Of Peter Sellers
Comic actor Peter Sellers stars in three of his classic comedies from the late 1950s and early 1960s. 'Heavens Above!' (1963) is a comedy of manners in which Sellers plays a well-intentioned socialist priest who is mistakenly sent to an upper-crust parish. 'I'm Alright, Jack' (1959) won Sellers a BAFTA for Best Actor as a naive ex-soldier looking to get ahead in business, who unwittingly ends up as a pawn in the machinations between management and the trade unions. In 'Two Way Stretch' (1960), Sellers plays a convict who plans to use his own incarceration as the perfect alibi for a bank robbery. Also in this collection is a compliation of highlights from Sellers' work on television, 'The Very Best of Peter Sellers'.