Wondrous Place - The Billy Fury Story

Release Date: 25 June 2007 | Certificate: Exempt
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Billy Fury became an overnight music sensation in the late 1950`s when his moody brand of rock and roll earned him the nickname of `Britain`s Elvis`. Fury`s stage performances and sexual charisma left his female fans screaming for more. He was Britain`s original teen idol and had more top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960`s.

Hits such as Halfway to Paradise; Jealousy; Maybe Tomorrow; Wondrous Place; A Thousand Stars; In Thoughts Of You and many others have ensured Fury`s place in pop history, despite his tragically short career. For the first time ever, Billy Fury`s musical biography is now available on this full-length DVD along with a soundtrack of hits from his Decca career.

His Wondrous Story features archive performances footage and interviews with Fury`s family and contemporaries including Sir Jimmy Savile; Alvin Stardust; Vince Eager; Michael Winner; Paul Gambaccini; John Leyton and Clem Cattini.

Release Date: 25 June 2007
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: ODNM007