I L<3ve Musicals!
Probably Norman Wisdom's best film, and the first of seven he made for Rank. It's an age of gentle comedy, with a bit of music thrown in, and although the pace is frenetic and the film is plain daft, there is a reflective point where Wisdom sings his classic song 'Don't Laugh At Me ('cause I'm a Fool)'.
He acts, sings, dances and makes us smile, and what more can we ask? We also have the exasperated Jerry Desmonde, so often the man left fuming at the antics of our Norman, with some familiar faces like Megs Jenkins, Joan Sims, and the waspish Michael Ward further down the cast.
If you really wanted to be amused, you could watch this alongside the Jerry Lewis starrer, 'Who's Minding The Store', which came along a decade later, to see two cinema clowns at their peak.