Clash film gets home video upgrade

Rude Boy, the 1980 film featuring The Clash, secures a new home video release on 6th April on DVD and for the first time on Blu-Ray - fully restored in high definition with all new 5.1 surround sound. It includes 19 songs, 28 performances and 72 mins of live Clash footage.

Synopsis: Filmed as a fictional documentary, Rude Boy follows a punk (Ray Gange) as he quits his job in a West End sex shop to become a roadie for The Clash. Capturing the band during their 'Clash on Patrol' & 'Sort It Out' UK tours of 1978, the film sees the band at their live peak.

Extras: Audio Commentary from Producer/Directors David Mingay and Jack Hazan; Interview with 'Rude Boy' Ray Gange; Interview with Clash Road Manager Johnny Green; Interview with Film-Maker and Cameraman Jack Hazan; Interview with Film-Maker David Mingay; 2 x Bonus Live Tracks that never made the final cut; 4 x Deleted Scenes; 1980 Theatrical Trailer; 1980 30 Sec Radio Ad; 'Just Play The Clash' Separate Song Menu; Clash Discography with Original Sleeve Artwork; Clash Image Gallery; The Clash Live In Munich 3rd October - 7 Songs plus Backstage Interview; Original Promotional Fanzine from 1980; Rude Boy Photo Book.

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