WriterHunter Davies, Larry Kramer Release date1968 (1968) CastBarry Evans (Jamie McGregor), Judy Geeson (Mary Gloucester), Angela Scoular (Caroline Beauchamp), Sheila White (Paula), Adrienne Posta (Linda), Vanessa Howard (Audrey) Similar moviesDr. No, For Your Eyes Only, From Russia With Love, You Only Live Twice, Mission: Impossible, The Living Daylights
TaglineI am a Virgin
Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush is a 1967 British film made based on the novel of the same name by Hunter Davies. It was listed to compete at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival, but the festival was cancelled due to the events of May 1968 in France.
The film starred Barry Evans, Judy Geeson and Angela Scoular and was directed by Clive Donner.
The film was released on DVD officially for the first time by the BFI in September 2010 as part of its "Flipside" strand.
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Jamie McGregor (Barry Evans) is a virginal sixth-former in a swinging sixties new town, delivering groceries for the local supermarket. However he is more interested in matters sexual and sets out to lose his virginity by attempting to seduce the local girls – Linda, Paula, Caroline, Audrey, and his dream girl Mary.
Barry Evans – Jamie McGregor
Judy Geeson – Mary Gloucester
Angela Scoular – Caroline Beauchamp
Sheila White – Paula
Adrienne Posta – Linda
Vanessa Howard – Audrey
Maxine Audley – Mrs. Beauchamp
Denholm Elliott – Mr. Beauchamp
Moyra Fraser – Mrs. McGregor
Michael Bates – Mr. McGregor
Diane Keen – Claire
Christopher Timothy – Spike
Nicky Henson – Craig Foster
Allan Warren – Joe McGregor
Roy Holder – Arthur
George Layton – Gordon
Christopher Mitchell – Tony
Angela Pleasence – Scruffy Girl
Marianne Stone – Mrs. Kelly
The music was released by United Artists Records as a soundtrack album in 1968. It has been re-issued on CD by Rykodisc. The Spencer Davis Group provided most of the music and made a cameo appearance in the film at a church fete. The title track "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" was written and performed by Traffic. Traffic also have two other songs on the soundtrack album "Am I What I Was or Was I What I Am" and a version of "Utterly Simple" that is different from the recording used on the album Mr Fantasy. Andy Ellison of the group John's Children also appears on the soundtrack album with the song "It's Been a Long Time".
The location for the film was Stevenage New Town, Hertfordshire.
The sailing scenes at the "Botel" were filmed on Grafham Water, Cambridgeshire.
The film was the 14th most popular movie at the Australian box office in 1969. It was the 10th most popular film in general release at the British box office in 1968.