Cliff Richard in SUMMER HOLIDAY On Blu-ray & DVD 26th AUGUST 2019

Heatwave getting you down? Time for a Summer Holiday!

When the summer holidays draw to a close STUDIOCANAL will be keeping the sun shining with the release of the fabulous 60s musical comedy SUMMER HOLIDAY.

Featuring a brand-new restoration of the film, and new interviews included among the Special Features, SUMMER HOLIDAY will be released on DVD, and for the first time on Blu-ray, on 26th August 2019 and is available to pre-order here –

Cliff Richard stars as Don, a London Bus mechanic who, along with his friends (Hayes, Green, Bulloch), strikes up a deal with London Transport to convert a double-decker bus into a hotel on wheels. The gang heads off to Europe for fun in the sun and adventures along the way.

Directed by Peter Yates (Breaking Away, Bullitt), SUMMER HOLIDAY features a host of Cliff Richard hits performed by Cliff and The Shadows including ‘Bachelor Boy’, ‘Foot Tapper’, ‘The Next Time’ and the title track ‘Summer Holiday’. A wonderfully entertaining slice of 60s nostalgia SUMMER HOLIDAY is a hit-filled, toe-tapping, feel-good musical romp.

Certificate: U
Running Time: 104 mins approx.

SUMMER HOLIDAY is part of the ‘Vintage Classics collection’ – showcasing iconic British films, all fully restored and featuring brand new extra content.


  • (NEW) Interview with Bob Stanley, author of Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop
  • Cliff drives a London bus (1962) – British Pathé short film featuring Cliff in training to drive a London bus for the film
  • First night to remember (1963) – British Pathé news footage of the Premiere of Summer Holiday
  • Rhythm & Greens (1964 – short) – an idiosyncratic short film starring The Shadows, narrated by Robert Morley and directed by Christopher Miles
  • Stills gallery
  • Also includes 4 Art Cards

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