And the only reason is the somewhat odd choice of films making up this VFM trio. "Wrong Arm of the Law" Does anyone know anyone who hasn't seen this still funny lovely comedy with Sellers approaching his peak and supported so well by his "team"? "Never Let Go" The only film of it's kind - period. I can see why Sellers wanted to do this. A violent gangster, with no redeeming features. You know, if you mentally step back and forget Sellers as a comedian (hard I know), then his performence is pretty dam' good, even if once or twice a tantrum reminds you of the Clouseau to come. The film is well directed at a good pace by John Guillermin and Richard Todd (the nominal star) and Elizabeth Sellers do stalwart work. Even Adam Faith is better than you think he could be. I would say this is must see film. The last one "Soft Beds..." is a bit of a mystery. Some like it, others hate it. I think it's OK if you are in the mood, but it's not Sellers best moment even tho he plays 6 (I think) parts. It's also a bit ruder than the other film, but harmless. All 3 are good quality, with "Soft Beds" particularly good (Colour/wisescreen). As I say, almost 5 stars, and it's good VFM, you may like all 3 - I did (I think).