George Formby Film Collection 7 DVD Box Set

A collection of seven wartime musical comedies starring ukelele-plucking music hall favourite George Formby.

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  • Format: DVD Region 2
  • Artist: George Formby
  • Number of Discs: 7
  • Year of Recording: 1941 - 1946
  • Actors: George Formby
  • Runtime: 656 Mins
  • Cat Number: CDRP8975
  • Barcode: 5035822897519
  • Release Date: November 1, 2010
  • Certification: PG

The wonderful films included in this George Formby Collection are:

'Bell-Bottom George' (1944)
George Formby joins the Royal Navy and tackles devious Nazi spy ring in this classic wartime comedy musical!

'Get Cracking' (1943)
Formby signs up for the Home Guard in this cracking wartime musical comedy which also stars Dinah Sheridan and Ronald Shiner!

'I Didn't Do It' (1945)
Gormless George Trotter (Formby) moves down from Manchester to the bright lights of London in search of fame and fortune on the stage - only to find himself the prime suspect in a bizarre murder mystery.

'Much Too Shy' (1942)
This classic sees Formby team up with radio star Jimmy Clitheroe, Kathleen Harrison and Charles Hawtrey of Carry On fame  in a cracker of a comedy that's definitely on the saucy side!

'George in Civvy Street' (1946)
A packed troop ship pulls into port. George Harper (formby) is back in Blighty and is just itching to get on with his life. After being de-mobbed, he and his dodgy pal Fingers (Ronald Shiner) head for George's family pub, The Unicorn, in the idyllic country village of Tumblrford.

'He Snoops to Conquer' (1944)
Formby is joined by Robertson Hare in thie fabulous 1940s British musical comedy. In between setting the world to rights and championing the little people, George has time to perform three belting musical numbers in true Formby style - Got To Get Your Photo In The Press, Hill Billy Willie and Unconditional Surrender.

'South American George' (1941)
Would you believe is - humble little George Butters (Formby) is a dead ringer for the famous South American tenor and opera star Gilli Vannetti! When Vanetti runs off, George boldy steps into his shoes and pretends to be the great man to save the day! There's just one snag - George can't sing opera...!

PLEASE NOTE: This is a Region 2 DVD playable in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Japan only, unless you have an All Region DVD player. Please check before ordering.

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