Peter Sellers shines in a collection of five of his funniest films. The delightful Boulting Brothers satire "Carlton-Browne of the F.O." (1959) follows the mad scramble of diplomats, businessmen, and revolutionaries to a remote British-owned island after valuable mineral deposits are found there. Sellers, Terry-Thomas, Luciana Paluzzi star. AKA: "Man in the Cocked Hat." Next, wealthy Ian Carmichael takes a job at his family's factory and inadvertently upsets a devious scheme set up by his uncle and his partner. Sellers plays a radical union shop steward in the satire "I'm All Right, Jack" (1959). The comic caper "Two-Way Stretch" (1960) finds pampered prisoner Peter planning a diamond heist that involves him and his two cellmates breaking out of─then back into─jail, giving them an airtight alibi. David Lodge, Bernard Cribbins, Wilfred Hyde-White co-star. And, Sellers is a good-hearted preacher whose attempts to help the residents of a small industrial town are mired by greedy big-business shareholders, in "Heavens Above!" (1963). Five-disc set also includes "The Smallest Show on Earth." 8 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.