The men reach England and prepare for demobilization.
The men take vaccine before returning home.
Restless villagers want the men to leave.
The war is over, but a Japanese soldier continues to fight.
Disaster strikes a river show.
Everyone wants a piece of Graham's inheritance.
Beaumont becomes fearless against the Japanese.
The brigadier wants the men to do their shows on the front line.
The men try to get rid of Sgt. Maj. Williams.
The men perform on radio; Sgt. Maj. Williams talks to Parkins' mother.
An officer falls in love with Capt. Ashwood.
The men test an anti-malaria drug.
Patriotic English songs cause an uproar.
Some petty cash is missing.
The men have lofty dreams for the holidays.
The men hope to stop a planned disbandment.
The gang disguise themselves behind enemy lines.
The men guard the payroll; a bandit challenges the sergeant major's manhood.
The men play football against nearby villagers.
The men participate in an American war film.
The men compete for a pretty Burmese woman.
A new recruit displays a multitude of talent.
Two cases of food contain nothing but puddings.
The men try to bribe bandits causing problems for the British garrison.
The men build a bridge across a river.
The men discover Australian troops in a deserted village.
Gunner Parkins celebrates a birthday.
A show is put on in honor of the new district officer.
The concert party will put on a show at a remote airfield.
An elephant begins to follow Gunner Sugden.
The group pool their efforts for an early discharge.
The men search for the kidnapped Mrs. Waddilove-Evans.
The colonel's affair is discovered; Mrs. Waddilove-Evans is kidnapped.
Unbearable heat signals the start of monsoon season.
The sergeant-major recommends the pianist for a promotion.
The Black Scorpion Gang threaten the sergeant-major.
The sergeant-major's boasts bring a visitor.
Only Lofty has the courage to protect the maharajah.
The group are assigned to guard a maharajah.
The group are temporarily without protection.
The group are stranded in a ruined temple.
Bombadier Solomon auditions snake charmers.
Three suitors are discovered when a husband arrives home.
A holy man puts a curse on Sergeant Major Williams.
The Kama Sutra nightclub is declared off limits.
The Union Jack is taken down and another flag nailed up.
The group are stranded in the jungle when sent to entertain at the front.
The concert party will lower the Union Jack.
The sergeant-major designs costumes for the concert party.
Vehicles break down in wild tribal territory.
The sergeant-major devises a survival course.
The punka wallas revolt at being replaced by machinery.
Rangi Ram believes that the sergeant-major is Parkins' real father.
A bombardier puts a show together to avoid the Burma front.