Trio of films from Cliff Richard's early career in the 1960s. 'Summer Holiday' (1962) is a piece of musical 1960s optimism in which four London Transport workers head off on a European holiday in a red double decker bus. Susan Hampshire and Una Stubbs co-star in 'Wonderful Life' (1964), in which Cliff Richard and his band are stranded in the Canary Islands and get work on a movie, secretly making their own version of the film after hours. Cliff Richard plays the son of a millionaire in 'The Young Ones' (1961). Cliff and his friends put on a show to raise money to buy their youth club before Cliff's dad can get his hands on it.