The Clash ‎– Rude Boy

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Fabulous Films Ltd. ‎– FRED3181, FremantleMedia ‎– FRED3181, Hollywood Classics ‎– FRED3181
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2 × DVD, DVD-Video, PAL
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1.1.1 no artist Rude Boy
Featuring – The Clash
127:00
Just Play The Clash!
1.2.1 The Clash Police And Thieves (at Barbarella's, Birmingham 1st May 1978) 5:14
1.2.2 The Clash Garageland (at Rehearsal Studios) 1:22
1.2.3 The Clash London's Burning (at Rock Against Racism Carnival, Victoria Park, London 30th April 1978) 1:24
1.2.4 The Clash featuring Jimmy Pursey White Riot (at Rock Against Racism Carnival, Victoria Park, London 30th April 1978) 1:53
1.2.5 The Clash White Man In Hammersmith Palais (at the Apollo, Glasgow 4th July 1978) 4:10
1.2.6 The Clash I'm So Bored With The U.S.A. (at the Apollo, Glasgow 4th July 1978) 2:14
1.2.7 The Clash Janie Jones (at the Apollo, Glasgow 4th July 1978) 0:56
1.2.8 The Clash White Riot (at the Apollo, Glasgow 4th July 1978) 1:56
1.2.9 The Clash The Prisoner (at the Music Hall, Aberdeen 5th July 1978) 1:18
1.2.10 The Clash White Riot (at the Music Hall, Aberdeen 5th July 1978) 0:05
1.2.11 The Clash Tommy Gun (at the Kinema, Dunfermline 6th July 1978) 3:02
1.2.12 Joe Strummer All The Young Punks (New Boots And Contracts) (in the Recording Studio) 4:01
1.2.13 Mick Jones Stay Free (in the Recording Studio) 2:45
1.2.14 The Clash Complete Control (at The Music Machine, London 27th July 1978) 1:59
1.2.15 The Clash Safe European Home (at The Music Machine, London 27th July 1978) 3:27
1.2.16 The Clash What's My Name? (at The Music Machine, London 27th July 1978) 1:41
1.2.17 Joe Strummer No Reason (in Rehearsal Studios) 1:34
1.2.18 Joe Strummer Let The Good Times Roll (in Rehearsal Studios) 1:13
1.2.19 The Clash I Fought The Law (at the Lyceum, London 3rd January 1979) 2:19
1.2.20 The Clash White Riot (at the Kinema, Dunfermline 6th July 1978) 3:15
1.2.21 The Clash English Civil War (at the Lyceum, London 3rd January 1979) 2:27
1.2.22 The Clash London's Burning (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 2:04
1.2.23 The Clash Complete Control (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:04
1.2.24 The Clash Hate And War (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:44
1.2.25 The Clash Police And Thieves (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 4:17
1.2.26 The Clash The Prisoner (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:24
1.2.27 The Clash Janie Jones (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 2:27
1.2.28 The Clash Garageland (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 3:06
Interviews
2.1.1 no artist Interview with 'Rude Boy' Ray Gange 14:56
2.1.2 no artist Interview with Clash Road Manager Johnny Green 14:44
2.1.3 no artist Interview with Film-Maker and Cameraman Jack Hazan 13:09
2.1.4 no artist Interview with Film-Maker David Mingay 13:16
Bonus Live Footage
2.2.1 The Clash White Riot (at the Kinema, Dunfermline 6th July 1978) 3:15
2.2.2 The Clash English Civil War (at the Lyceum, London 3rd January 1979) 2:27
Deleted Scenes
2.3.1 no artist Original Opening Credits (Royal Yacht Britannia in Belfast 1977)
2.3.2 no artist Ray and Joe talk on Stairs
2.3.3 Joe Strummer Joe in Studio 'All The Young Punks'
2.3.4 The Clash The Clash 'Stay Free' Jam in Studio
The Clash Live In Munich 3rd October 1977
2.4.1 The Clash London's Burning (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 2:04
2.4.2 The Clash Complete Control (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:04
2.4.3 The Clash Hate And War (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:44
2.4.4 The Clash Police And Thieves (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 4:17
2.4.5 The Clash The Prisoner (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 1:24
2.4.6 The Clash Janie Jones (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 2:27
2.4.7 The Clash Garageland (in Munich, Germany 3rd October 1977) 3:06
Discography with original sleeve artwork
2.5.1 no artist Singles. At the time of the theatrical release of Rude Boy on the 13th March 1980
2.5.2 no artist Albums. At the time of the theatrical release of Rude Boy on the 13th March 1980
Clash Image Gallery
1980 Theatrical Trailer
1980 30 Sec Radio Ad

Credits

Notes

Filmed as a fictional documentary, Rude Boy the movie follows punk Ray (Ray Grange) as he quits his
job in a West End sex shop to become a roadie for the most exciting live band in the country - The Clash.

Capturing The Clash during their "Clash on Patrol" and "Sort It Out" UK tours of 1978/1979,
Rude Boy is an unparalleled film document of one of the best live bands ever to take a stage.

Follow the band as they tour the length and breadth of the country and headline the legendary
'Rock Against Racism Carnival' in Victoria Park, London. Gain exclusive access to the rehearsal
rooms and recording studio, as they lay down tracks to their second album 'Give'Em Enough Rope'.

Set against the backdrop of late 70's Britain, Rude Boy is a unique piece of film
making and is by far the best document of the music and attitude of the times.
Originally released in the UK, March 13, 1980.

Rated : 18 years and over
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 / Dolby Digital 5.1
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 030697 029331

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VFC 49845 The Clash Rude Boy - The Movie(DVD-V, PAL, RE, Spe) FremantleMedia VFC 49845 UK 2003 Sell This Version
630 310 3 The Clash Rude Boy(VHS, PAL) 4Front Video 630 310 3 UK Unknown Sell This Version
FHED1705 The Clash Rude Boy - The Movie(DVD-V, RE, PAL, Spe) FremantleMedia FHED1705 UK 2003 Sell This Version
none The Clash Rude Boy - The Movie -Featurring The Clash(VHS, PAL, Org) Not On Label none UK 1980 Sell This Version
CMM DD 124 The Clash Rude Boy(2xVCD) Castle Multi Media CMM DD 124 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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