Futtocks End And Other Short Stories
A notable presence in the British film industry for several decades and a key director of 1970s film comedies - including outings for Frankie Howerd, Alf Garnett and Danny La Rue - Bob Kellett also produced four of the funniest short films ever made for British cinema.
Starring Ronnie Barker, Richard Briers, Bernard Cribbins, Barbara Windsor, David Lodge, Wilfrid Brambell, Joan Sims and Michael Hordern, these films were "wordless" - their humour carried by performance, sound effects and music - and have all been newly restored in high definition by Network's in-house award-wining restoration team from original film elements in their original as-exhibited aspect ratio.
A Home Of Your Own
A young couple select a site to build their new dream home, setting in train a series of incompetent events!
San Ferry Ann
A hilariously wicked look at the British at play, as a group of holidaymakers board the San Ferry Ann to France.
A gathering at the decaying country pile of Futtocks End give rise an ongoing series of saucy misunderstandings!
Vive Le Sport
Two swinging dolly-birds roar through Europe in their Mini Cooper, a sinister organisation in hot pursuit!
First released: Monday 5th July 2021
- Brand-new 2021 interviews with Annie Kellett and cinematographer Billy Williams
- Archive commentary on Futtocks End with producer/director Bob Kellett
- 8mm cutdown version of Futtocks End
- Limited edition booklet written by Melanie Williams
- Distributor: Network
- Region: All regions
- Discs: 1
- Minutes: 176
- Subtitles: English
- Catalogue: 7958353
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