Joe Brown stars as a likable young dreamer who finds himself with a hit on his hands in this wonderfully endearing musical drama of 1963. Also starring Harry H. Corbett and featuring songs from Joe and his Bruvvers Marty Wilde Susan Maughan and Freddie and the Dreamers What a Crazy World is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Against the background of London's East End is set the story of Alf Hitchins an unemployed lad whose life revolves around dance halls amusements arcades and cafés - any place to escape from the family home where his father mother and sister are deeply preoccupied with dog racing bingo and courting respectively. Alf's cynical but cheerful acceptance of life expresses itself in the song he casually composes one night - and the results take everyone by surprise! Special Features: Image Gallery
Stardust sees hero Jim (David Essex) now enjoying the nomadic 'gigs and groupies' life of The Stray Cats (with band mates Paul Nicolas, Keith Moon, Dave Edmunds and Karl Howman). When he achieves all his wildest dreams of international stardom, the sweet taste of success begins to turn sour, reflecting the tragic days when the pressures proved too great for many talented musicians of the 1960s. Directed by Michael Apted (The World Is Not Enogh), the film won the Writer's Guild Award for Best Original Screenplay. Adam Faith co-stars as the Stray Cats' manager. Extras: Interview with David Puttnam Interview with Michael Apted Interview with Ray Connolly Stills gallery
Joe Brown stars as a likeable young dreamer who finds himself with a hit on his hands in this wonderfully endearing musical drama. Also starring Harry H. Corbett and featuring songs from Joe and his Bruvvers, Marty Wilde, Susan Maughan and Freddie and the Dreamers, What a Crazy World is featured here as a brand-new High Definition transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Alf Hitchins is an unemployed East End lad whose life revolves around dance halls, amusement arcades and cafÃ©s any place to escape from the family home. Alf's cynical but cheerful acceptance of life expresses itself in the song he casually composes one night and the results take everyone by surprise! Special Features: Theatrical trailer Image gallery
Following on from Marty Wilde's gold album in March this year and his sell-out UK tour this DVD was shot on the last night at The London Palladium May 27th 2007. It features special guests Hank Marvin Jet Harris Brian Bennett Bruce Welch and Kim and Roxanne Wilde. Tracklisting: DVD 1: 1. Endless Sleep 2. Little Girl 3. Rubber Ball 4. Nut Rocker 5. Sea of Love 6. Six Five Special 7. Freight Train (featuring Roxanne Wilde) 8. Puttin' on the Style 9. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (duet with Roxanne Wilde) 10. Scarlett O'Hara (performed by Jet Harris with The Wildcats) 11. Theme For Something Really Important (performed by Jet Harris with The Wildcats) 12. Diamonds (performed by Jet Harris with the Wildcats) 13. Like I've Never Been Gone 14. I Will 15. I'd Never Find Another You 16. Halfway To Paradise 17. Apron Strings 18. Do You Wanna Dance 19. Kids in America (featuring Kim Wilde) 20. Interval 21. Jezebel 22. Danny 23. It Doesn't Matter Anymore 24. Bad Boy (featuring original Wildcats Brian Bennett Brian 'Licorice' Locking and Big Jim Sullivan) 25. Tomorrow's Clown 26. Jesamine 27. Here Comes That Feeling (featuring Roxanne Wilde) 28. Something Stupid (duet with Roxanne Wilde) 29. Nights in White Satin (duet with Justin Hayward) 30. Only Sixteen 31. I Remember You 32. Summer Holiday (featuring Brian Bennett and Bruce Welch) 33. Move It (featuring Brian Bennett Hank Marvin and Bruce Welch) 34. Donna 35. A Teenager in Love 36. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (duet with Kim Wilde) 37. Are you Lonesome Tonight 38. Roll Over Beethoven DVD 2: Features interviews and photo gallery
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