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Big Banana Feet

Murray Grigor | 1976 | 77 MINS
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A fascinating and hilarious record of irrepressible Scottish comedian Billy Connolly on his 1975 Irish tour, a time when he was on the cusp of stardom at home and internationally.

In Detail

Featuring iconic stand-up material and songs, there are also behind-the-scenes glimpses of ‘the Big Yin’ on the road with his crew, relaxing backstage and meeting the press.

Inspired by the fly-on-the-wall style of D.A. Pennebaker's 1967 Bob Dylan documentary ‘Don't Look Back’, we see Connolly at his beguiling best, as he charms the audience in Dublin and in Belfast during the Troubles. The genius that has endeared Connolly to millions for many generations and made him one of Scotland’s most famous people in history is front and centre here. This is a must-see for fans as well as a new generation not yet acquainted with the great Scottish comic.

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