- Running time85 minutes
Liverpool's Billy Fury became an overnight sensation and The Sound Of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock & Roll history. This new film highlights Billy Fury’s too short life and massive contribution to popular music and Britain’s original teen idol who had more Top 40 hits than The Beatles during the 1960s. This comprehensive, revealing and sometimes shocking film, examines Billy’s too short life and features contributions from fans, friends and family including Lord Puttnam, Amanda Barrie, Vince Eager, Len Goodman, Imelda May and Billy’s mum, Jean Wycherley.
World Premiere Event featuring introduction from director Mark Sloper.
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