A collection of classic features from the iconic British film studio. 'Three Men in a Boat' (1933), directed by Graham Cutts, is based on the novel of the same name by Jerome K. Jerome and follows the exploits of three men and a dog confined to a small boat on the River Thames. 'The Bailiffs' (1932), directed by Frank Cadman, is a short feature starring Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. Perkins (Flanagan) and Meredith (Allen) are a pair of ineffectual bailiffs who take possession of the wrong house - with chaotic results. 'Loyalties' (1933), directed by Basil Dean and Thorold Dickinson, offers a portrait of anti-Semitism in high society and stars Basil Rathbone, Heather Thatcher and Miles Mander. 'Laburnum Grove' (1936), directed by Carol Reed, stars Edmund Gwenn and Cedric Hardwicke and follows the family turmoil that accompanies a suburban man's descent into a life of crime.