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Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (BFI Flipside) (DVD + Blu-ray) 
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BFI Flipside presents
HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH (DVD + Blu-ray)
A film by Clive Donner
THE FLIPSIDE : rescuing weird and wonderful British films from obscurity and presenting them in new high-quality editions.
This glossy coming-of-age comedy, directed by Clive Donner (The Caretaker), follows the exploits of sex-obsessed Jamie (Barry Evans) as he attempts to join the Swinging Sixties set and lose his virginity
- Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition
- Complete uncensored presentation of main feature (DVD and Blu-ray)
- Alternative censored version (Blu-ray only, 96 mins)
- Alternative censored sequences (DVD only, 10 mins)
- Because That Road is Trodden (Tim King, 1969, 23 mins): dream-like confessional concerning the fantasies of a public schoolboy
- Stevenage (Gordon Ruttan, 1971, 21 mins): documentary celebration of Britain's first New Town
- Fully illustrated booklet with contributions from Steve Chibnall, Hunter Davies, Vic Pratt and William Fowler
UK | 1967 | colour | English language, with optional English hard-of-hearing subtitles on feature | 97 minutes | Aspect ratio 1.78:1
Disc 1: BD50 | 1080p | 24fps | PCM mono audio (48k/24-bit)
Disc 2: DVD9 | PAL | PCM mono audio (48k/16-bit) (Extras Dolby Digital 320kbps)
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Whatever the merits of the film itself this new release is almost perfect in its presentation. You get a DVD version as well as a high definition fully restored Blu-ray disc, with both discs containing plenty of bonus material. Also included is a superb 34 page booklet with an abundance of information, film facts and illustrations. This edition is obviously produced by a team who love film for an audience who will enjoy it as much.
The film is what it is - a reflection of life in the late sixties in many respects; picture Christopher Timothy in the basket of a delivery boy's bicycle - in Stevenage - and you are half way there! This release features the full unedited version of the film - unlike the TV showings - with Judy Gleeson's nude lake scene featured complete. Although the soundtrack is credited to Spencer Davis and Traffic the music accompanying that scene is actually "It's Been a Long Time" by former John's Children singer Andy Ellison.
It is worth reading the Wikipedia articles on the film itself and that of lead actor Barry Evans to set the scene if you are considering buying this film, and also read Amazon's Product Description, but the booklet supplied with the discs contains much more information.
This is the first disc in the BFIs Flipside series which "rescues weird and wonderful British films from obscurity" that I have bought. From the quality of this release I shall be checking out the rest of the range before long. Mulberry Bush is a cult classic which I enjoyed very much - not everyone's cup of tea though! However, I must give this BFI version a full five stars as it is a good example of how films should be presented for the home market.
I first saw this classic after videoing it late one night in the early nineties; it was the kind of film they ran about 3am and then I misplaced my VHS tape. At the time of me recording it, one reviewer described it as being locked into a sixties time warp. Well! GREAT! If there was an era I could go back to and live it would be 1967/1968 when this film was shot.
It is very pyschedelic. We have regular interludes of musical and pictorial psychedelia with the aid of bands like Steve Winwood's Traffic and The Spencer Davis Group. The official soundtrack has been available for years and the title track was released into the UK top ten at the time.
Young Jamie McGregor (played by the now sadly deceased Barry Evans), a seventeen year old middle class grammar school youth, chases pretty girls around the new town of Stevenage as it seems that his sixteen year old brother is outdoing him in the romantic stakes. He is cheerful and cheeky and talks a lot to the camera about his class-consciousness and insecurities. Not everything goes to plan, but he rarely lets it get him down. He chases after the posh bird, Caroline (Angela Scoular) and the council estate girl, Linda (Adrienne Posta), but the one he really wants is the elusive Mary (Judy Geeson). However, it soon transpires that just like him, she likes playing the field, which he has difficulty handling.
I have to say that the picture quality presented here is as good as it could be after more than 45 years and that the double Blu-Ray/DVD package is an excellent compilation with decent extras. I particularly enjoyed the documentary about Stevenage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you love films from this era it's brilliant the music and simpler times wish I had been born in the 40s and not the 70sPublished 2 months ago by Campbell Nutting
Love all the 60s and 70s films, perhaps it's my age.
Good quality product and delivered promptly.
A vg 60s film set and filmed in STEVENAGE
when the town was new
nowdays a v dismal depressing place
Film features many 60s actors you will know barry evans and 60s... Read more
Typical of the times and really good watch . Brought back loads of good memories ! Such a shame Barry Evans never made it through to the success he deserves .Published 5 months ago by Christopher Bowles
The script is rubbish - a total waste of good actors and film time.Published 6 months ago by Rob Dalby
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