This early 60's, black and white comedy runs for a little over 41 minutes, and features a host of familiar comedy actors of the time. This short film contains no dialogue, only background music and sound effects, and the occasional incomprehensible muttered remarks which all adds to the cheerful atmosphere.
There's a varied collection of characters that make up the gang of comical builders, including Ronnie Barker, who becomes increasingly frustrated at seeing his work ruined.
Bernard Cribbins also stars as a stonemason who repeatedly messes up with the chisel, while Bill Fraser finds himself desperately trying to spend a penny.
The story revolves around a funny collection of sight gags. For those who enjoyed the Eric Sykes comedy "The Plank", this is well worth a look.
Picture quality is good, the only extra is an interview with director Bob Kellett.