Video Clip from SOME PEOPLE To Celebrate The Release on DVD as Part of The British Film Collection





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To celebrate the British Film Collection release of SOME PEOPLE we have a fantastic clip from the film in which our young rebels perform a calypso/rock’n’roll number in the local hall

A lively musical tale of teen rebellion, Some People stars BAFTA winner Kenneth More alongside a group of young actors on the cusp of bursting onto the Swinging London film scene. Ray Brooks, Annika (Anneke) Wills and David Hemmings play the young, bored rebels “living for kicks” in this key British film from the early 1960s. Some People is featured here in a brand-new transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.

Young and bored, Johnnie, Bill and Bert are teenaged tearaways whose only interests are motorbikes and rock music. When they are banned from riding and fined heavily, they become convinced that society has no use for them. But a young organist finds them playing rock on a church organ and, for one of them at least, there seems to be a way out of a no-hope situation…

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