The BFI presents three more classics kids' films from the much loved Children's Film Foundation
The BFI presents three more classics kids' films from the much loved Children's Film Foundation.
Cult favourite Sammy's Super T-Shirt (1978) – arguably the most sought after gem in the CFF library – finally comes to DVD, accompanied by two other classics from the collection. Sammy dreams of becoming a super athlete, despite his puny build. When his lucky training t-shirt is thrown into a scientist's lab it becomes imbued with 'super strength' power. When Sammy manages to recover the t-shirt he uses his new-found strength to out-run baddies and bullies alike.
Soapbox Derby (1957), sees a young Michael Crawford scrapping with a rival South London gang in Battersea, while The Sky-Bike (1967) stars Liam Redmond as an eccentric inventor trying to achieve more than just speed.
Directed by Charles Frend and Jeremy Summers.
- Fully illustrated booklet with essays by Andrew Roberts and Vic Pratt, and a note from Michael Crawford.