Norman Wisdom's first film, "Trouble in Store" (1953), features the clumsy Cockney comic as a lowly employee at a huge department store with dreams of becoming a window dresser and getting the girl of his dreams. With Margaret Rutherford, Moira Lister. Then, slapstick meets pathos with British comic Wisdom in "One Good Turn" (1954), as an orphan who remains at his orphanage to help with odd jobs and promises its charges a model car when he earns some cash. His inept efforts to get the money include stints as a sandwich board man and a boxer. Joan Rice, Shirley Abicair also star. 182 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; audio commentary by Wisdom; photo gallery.