The Clash: Rude Boy

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Overview

This is a musical performance video with live concert footage with this top British punk band doing tunes like "White Rio," and "I Fought the Law." Included are rare film of early Clash shows.
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Overview

This is a musical performance video with live concert footage with this top British punk band doing tunes like "White Rio," and "I Fought the Law." Included are rare film of early Clash shows.
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Special Features

Digitally restored and remastered sound; Interview with "Rude Boy" Ray Gange; Interview with Clash road manager Johnny Green; Interview with filmmaker Jack Hazan; Interview with filmmaker David Mingay; 2 bonus live tracks (that never made the final cut); 4 deleted scenes; 1980 theatrical trailer; "Just Play The Clash" songs menu; Clash photo gallery; 2 rare 1978 BBC performances
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/1/2006
  • UPC: 074645239996
  • Original Release: 1980
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony
  • Region Code: 0
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:07:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 34,492

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
The Clash
Ray Gange
Technical Credits
Jack Hazan Director
David Mingay Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Clash: Rude Boy
1. Political Britain 1977 (Main Titles) [5:19]
2. Rude Boy Ray [4:56]
3. Confrontation [3:39]
4. Barbarellas, Birmingham [5:13]
6. One of the Few [6:16]
7. Rehearsal Studio [2:55]
8. Blown Evening [4:14]
9. Court [3:18]
10. In With 'Em [4:44]
11. Rock Against Racism [5:35]
12. Roadie [3:06]
13. The Apollo, Glasgow [3:54]
15. Not Guilty [2:25]
16. Music Hall, Aberdeen [1:23]
17. Relaxing [4:21]
18. Kinema, Dunfermline [:04]
20. Between Gigs [5:31]
21. Watchful Eyes [4:05]
22. Pigeon Case [3:17]
23. Recording Studio [4:00]
24. Teenage Life [6:44]
25. The Music Machine, London [:59]
27. Things Change [7:40]
28. Joe, Ray, and a Piano [4:35]
29. On the Blag [4:24]
30. The Lyceum, London [2:20]
31. Injustice of Life [3:05]
32. Credits [1:59]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Clash: Rude Boy
   Play Film
   Scene Access
   Just Play The Clash
      "Police and Thieves" at Barbarellas, Birmingham, 1st May 1978
      "White Man in Hammersmith Palais," Glasgow Apollo, 4th July 1978
      "Tommy Gun" at the Kinema, Dunfermline, 6th July 1978
      "Complete Control"/"Safe European Home"/"What's My Name?" at the Music Machine, London, July 1978
      "I Fought the Law" at the Lyceum, London, 3rd January 1979
   Extras
      Bonus 1978 BBC Performance "Something Else"
         Clash City Rockers
         Tommy Gun
      Bonus Live Tracks
         English Civil War
         White Riot
      Deleted Scenes
         Original Opening Credits (Royal Yacht Britannia in Belfast 1977)
         Ray and Joe Talk on Stairs
         Joe in Studio "All the Young Punks"
         The Clash "Stay Free" Jam in Studio
      Interviews
         Ray Gange
         Johnny Green
         Jack Hazan
         David Mingay
      Photo Gallery
      Trailer
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    live Clash

    this is the best representation of live clash on dvd. there's a great feature where you can choose "just play the clash" so you can cut out the unimportant storyline between songs and just watch the great footage of the passionate performances.

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