4-film collection. ROYAL WEDDING: Brother and sister, Tom (Fred Astaire) and Ellen Bowen (Jane Powell), have a dance act in New York until the show closes. Their agent books them some shows in London that coincide with the dates for the royal wedding; STAGE DOOR CANTEEN: This World War II-era musical follows four servicemen - Dakota, Tex, California, and Jersey - on a 24-hour leave in New York before they are to be shipped out. The soldiers make their ways to the Stage Door Canteen, a restaurant that caters to soldiers, where they make the acquaintance of the Canteen's beautiful hostesses. Stars Katharine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Ray Bolger, Helen Hayes, Gypsy Rose Lee, Harpo Marx, Ethel Merman, et al; INSPECTOR GENERAL: Georgi (Danny Kaye), the illiterate, good-hearted lackey to a snake-oil salesman, finds himself in a strange town. When he's arrested for vagrancy, shady town officials take him for the inspector general, who is supposed to be passing through the area - and probably undercover; ROAD TO BALI: Trying to duck various marriage proposals, song-and-dance fellows George Cochran (Bing Crosby) and Harold Gridley (Bob Hope) take jobs as divers. On the way to Bali, they land on a tranquil island and compete for the attention of Princess Lala (Dorthy Lamour).