Close the doors, dim the lights, take a seat and leave your troubles behind. The Classic Matinee Triple Bill is your exclusive gold pass to the Matinee Era - A time of quality, style and sophistication. In 1937, J. Arthur Rank formed the iconic Rank Organisation. With the simple philosophy, great stories, beautifully told Rank produced some of the finest writers, actors and directors the screen has ever known. Presented here is a selection of some of the rarest gems from the Rank catalogue - these classic films are sure to delight lovers of cinema, young and old. The Square Peg 1958 It is the Second World War and Norman Pitkin (Norman Wisdom) is a proud roadmender for the council until he is recruited into the Pioneer Corps. From the beginning,the worst fears of the Commander are confirmed - trying to turn Norman Pitkin into a soldier is like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. Starring Hattie Jacques, Honor Blackman. The Bulldog Breed 1960 In despair after being rejected by a haughty cinema attendant, Norman Puckle (Norman Wisdom), tries to commit suicide but is rescued and persuaded to join the Navy. In the Navy he is hand-picked by the Admiral to be the first man sent into space. But why the bungling Puckle? and, more importantly, how will he cope? Starring Ian Hunter, David Lodge. A Stitch in Time 1963 Norman Pitkin works for Mr Grimsdale in a butchers shop. When the shop is held up, Mr Grimsdale, at Norman's suggestion, puts his gold watch in his mouth for safekeeping. When a shot rings out Grimsdale swallows the watch. After accompanying him to hospital, Norman believes helping people is his true calling. Starring Edward Chapman, Jeanette Sterk.