MUCH TOO SHY£4.00George stars with Jimmy Clitheroe, released in 1942 with four great songs.Subtitles for the hard of hearing.
GEORGE IN CIVVY STREET£4.00Five Formby numbers, this was George Formby’s last film, released in 1946.Subtitles for the hard of hearing.
SOUTH AMERICAN GEORGE£4.00George plays a dual role in this film. His first for Columbia and released in 1941.Subtitles for the hard of hearing.
HE SNOOPS TO CONQUER£6.00First released in 1945, George gets into politics.Subtitles for the hard of hearing.
THE GEORGE FORMBY NEWSREEL£10.00The DVD contains 35 items featuring or closely associated with George Formby.The programme runs for one hour 57 minutes but any one clip can be accessed by negotiating the various menus contained within the disc.Some of the clips are not 1st generation quality but all are interesting and I have used the best items that I could find or borrow from friends.George Formby was filmed and photographed so many times but the filmed clips are rarely shown
SONGS FROMTHE FILMS£12.00
NO LIMIT£12.00George plays a dual role in this film. His first for Columbia and released in 1941.Subtitles for the hard of hearing.
Double DVD featuring every song from the 20 Formby films with interactive menus.
LOOKING BACK AT FORMBY£8.00The Friday Show. This is the cleanest version available. This version is a fully restored version taken from the GFS archives.Length is 37 minutes.Looking Back At GeorgeGary Marsh takes us through George’s life with the help of friends and associates.Again, a fully restored version for the GFS archives.Length is 29 minutes.In Conversation.Founder member John Walley and GFS President Gerry Mawdsley discus Formby, the birth of the GFS and the people who helped to create it.Length is 34 minutes.