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                                      Funny BONES Film DVD

Funny Bones is a 1995 British-American comedy-drama film from Hollywood Pictures. It was written, directed and produced by Peter Chelsom, co produced by Simon Fields, and co written by Peter Flannery. The music score was by John Altman, and the cinematography by Eduardo Serra. Set in Las Vegas and Blackpool, England, the film stars Oliver Platt, Jerry Lewis, Lee Evans, Leslie Caron, Richard Griffiths, Freddie Davies, Sadie Corre, Oliver Reed, George Carl,  and Ian McNeice.Use this space to design your product display page.

"Why do all the best things in life belong to the past?"

It seems a strange thing to be obsessed about, it wasn't a franchise, and didn't come with much buzz, but when Peter Chelsom's Funny Bones was released in 1995 I instantly latched on to it. It didn't even receive a general release in the cinemas around my area. It was released during that period when you had to check the local newspaper adverts to discover the cinema times. Disappointingly it didn't appear, not until a few weeks later when it had just one showing, on a Thursday night. I'd been talking about the film for ages to my brother, who was now at university, and once I found that it was screening I practically begged him to take me to see it. So, being the great brother that he is, he specifically came home just to take me to see this film.

The film starred Lee Evans in his first feature film role, Oliver Platt and legendary American comedian Jerry Lewis in the main roles. It also had a superlative supporting cast, including Leslie Caron, Richard Griffiths, Oliver Reed, Freddie Davies, Ian McNeice and more. It baffles me why Funny Bones failed to find an audience and not become the British classic it deserved to be.

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DVD  £10.00 inc: P & P.