Rhythm 'n' Greens (1964)

Rhythm 'n' Greens (1964)

After the first amoeba, came sea creatures which later learned to walk; then came the cavemen, and so on right through to Julius Caesar and the Second World War. These events showed that the beaches of England, as Churchill pointed out, have often been the key to Britain's island history. The film takes an idiosyncratic point of view of this, using humour and the music of the most popular group in the country at that time, to point out that not much has changed since those early caveman drum beats.


A cinema-released supporting short film

Cert 'U'

Running Time: 32 mins