Brian Pern: The Life of Rock/A Life in Rock/45 Years of Prog and Roll [Blu-ray]

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Product details Actors: Simon Day, Martin Freeman, Peter Gabriel, Queen, Micheal KitchenFormat: Box set, PALLanguage: EnglishRegion: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)Number of discs: 2Classification: 15Studio: Spirit Entertainment LimitedDVD...

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Actors: Simon Day, Martin Freeman, Peter Gabriel, Queen, Micheal Kitchen
Format: Box set, PAL
Language: English
Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
Number of discs: 2
Classification: 15
Studio: Spirit Entertainment Limited
DVD Release Date: 4 April 2016
Run Time: 250 minutes

Product Description

 

'Brian Pern: A Life in Rock' is a British comedy documentary following ageing rock star Brian Pern, former front-man of the legendary 1970s progressive rock group Thotch.

The Three series; The Life of Rock, A Life in Rock and 45 Years of Prog and Roll follow Brian as he develops as an artist through the ages. Brian claims to have invented world music, come up with the idea of Live Aid and to be the first musician to use Plasticine in videos . An affectionate parody of Peter Gabriel, Brian Pern features a whole host of recognisable faces from Rock and Pop.

The Complete Series includes the nine episodes from all three series including a whole host of extra footage.

 

If there's a funnier show than Brian Pern: a Life in Rock, I'll be staggered - The Guardian

 

A wealth of extras including:

Deleted/Extended scenes from series 1-3

Bonus Episode: Brian Pern at the BBC (a collection of Brian's videos and Top of the Pops performances)

Original Brian Pern webisodes

The original unseen Pilot filmed in Rhys' bedroom with Simon

Please Note:

These discs are Region 2 (PAL) format, and will work on all modern Australian & European DVD players. Your DVD player may need to be multi-region enabled in order to view this (most players in Australia are). Please check your player before purchasing

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