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Youre Human Like the Rest of Them (Dual Format Edition)
  • Description

    Although best known as the ground-breaking author of Albert Angelo, The Unfortunates and Christy Malry's Own Double-Entry, B S Johnson was also the director of a number of extraordinary and daring films. This extensive collection brings his experimental shorts, humorous animation, provocative agitprop and uniquely personal documentary films together for the very first time.

    Episode Comprise:

    • You're Human Like the Rest of Them (1967)
    • Paradigm (1968)
    • The Unfortunates (1969, DVD only)
    • The Evacuees (1969, DVD only)
    • Up Yours Too Guillaume Apollinaire! (1969)
    • Unfair! (1970, black and white)
    • March! (1970, colour)
    • Poem (1971)
    • B. S. Johnson on Dr. Samuel Johnson (1972)
    • Not Counting the Savages (Mike Newell, 1972, DVD only)
    • Fat Man on a Beach (Michael Bakewell, 1974)

    Special Features:

    • The Johnson Papers (2013): a look at the B S Johnson Archive of the British Library; Extensive booklet with new contributions from Jonathan Coe, David Quantick, Bruce Beresford, Michael Bakewell, Dr Julia Jordan and Dan Fox (Frieze)

    Cast & Crew:  Directed by BS Johnson, Mike Newell (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Donnie Brasco). Starring  B S Johnson, William Hoyland and Bill Owen (Last of the Summer Wine)

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    BS Johnson, William Hoyland, Bill Owen
    Director:
    Mike Newell, BS Johnson
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    160 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI

Youre Human Like the Rest of Them (Dual Format Edition)

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  • Description

    Although best known as the ground-breaking author of Albert Angelo, The Unfortunates and Christy Malry's Own Double-Entry, B S Johnson was also the director of a number of extraordinary and daring films. This extensive collection brings his experimental shorts, humorous animation, provocative agitprop and uniquely personal documentary films together for the very first time.

    Episode Comprise:

    • You're Human Like the Rest of Them (1967)
    • Paradigm (1968)
    • The Unfortunates (1969, DVD only)
    • The Evacuees (1969, DVD only)
    • Up Yours Too Guillaume Apollinaire! (1969)
    • Unfair! (1970, black and white)
    • March! (1970, colour)
    • Poem (1971)
    • B. S. Johnson on Dr. Samuel Johnson (1972)
    • Not Counting the Savages (Mike Newell, 1972, DVD only)
    • Fat Man on a Beach (Michael Bakewell, 1974)

    Special Features:

    • The Johnson Papers (2013): a look at the B S Johnson Archive of the British Library; Extensive booklet with new contributions from Jonathan Coe, David Quantick, Bruce Beresford, Michael Bakewell, Dr Julia Jordan and Dan Fox (Frieze)

    Cast & Crew:  Directed by BS Johnson, Mike Newell (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Donnie Brasco). Starring  B S Johnson, William Hoyland and Bill Owen (Last of the Summer Wine)

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    BS Johnson, William Hoyland, Bill Owen
    Director:
    Mike Newell, BS Johnson
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    2
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    160 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
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