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WIN CULT 60S CLASSIC CATCH US IF YOU CAN FEATURING THE DAVE CLARK FIVE PLUS THREE MORE POP MUSICAL COMEDIES FROM VINTAGE CLASSICS ON BLU-RAY

Legendary British director John Boorman made his feature film debut with this cult musical comedy starring 60s pop sensation Dave Clark alongside The Dave Clark Five Band. Inspired by the huge success of The Beatles’ “A Hard Day’s Night”, in the film the Five have been hired to appear in an ad campaign but during the filming of a TV commercial Steve (Dave Clark) absconds with the face of the campaign (Dinah played by Barbara Ferris) and they embark on a magical mystery tour across the country.

CATCH US IF YOU CAN is available to buy now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital. To celebrate the release, we have a copy of the film on Blu-ray plus three more pop-music star vehicles courtesy of Studiocanal’s Vintage Classics range including Cliff Richard in SUMMER HOLIDAY (1963) and David Essex in THAT’LL BE THE DAY (1973) and STARDUST (1974).

To be in with a chance to win simply answer the following question

John Boorman wrote and directed which WW2-set British drama based on his own childhood

  1. ROCK AND ROLL
  2. CHEESE AND PICKLE
  3. HOPE AND GLORY 
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