Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush DVD


Based on the novel of the same name by Hunter Davies this glossy coming-of-age comedy directed by Clive Donner (The Caretaker) follows the exploits of sex-obsessed Jamie (Barry Evans - Adventures of a Taxi Driver Mind Your Language) as he attempts to join the Swinging Sixties set and lose his virginity by seducing the local girls. This fun-filled fantasy is populated with many famous faces of the time including Judy Geeson (To Sir with Love 10 Rillington Place) Denholm Elliott (Bad Timing Brimstone & Treacle) Nicky Henson (Witchfinder General Psychomania)... Extras: Complete uncensored presentation of main feature Alternative censored sequences (10 mins) Because That Road is Trodden (Tim King 1969 23 mins): dream-like confessional about the fantasies of a public schoolboy Stevenage (Gordon Ruttan 1971 21 mins): documentary celebration of Britain's first New Town and the setting for Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush [show more]

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17 April 2019
97 minutes 
Dolby, PAL 
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1960s comedy following teenager Jamie McGregor (Barry Evans) as he tries to become involved with various girls. Jamie is in his final year at school and works part-time at the local supermarket. However, he prefers to spend his time with his friends, going to parties and chasing girls. He is determined to lose his virginity and therefore isn't picky about his dates, though he manages to get a chance with the most attractive girl at his school. Will she be the one to help him achieve his goal? 'Traffic' and 'The Spencer Davis Group' provide the film's music and Andy Ellison also makes an appearance performing 'It's Been a Long Time'.