• Director(s)

    Murray Grigor, Patrick Higson

  • Production Year

    1975

  • Release date

    03/03/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    77m

  • Cast

    Billy Connolly

Film

Big Banana Feet

infrequent strong language, drug references

A documentary centring on a tour of Ireland by Scottish performer Billy Connolly, which took place in 1975. Fans of the comedian's humour will recognise the gentle but sometimes crude tone of this feature.

A documentary centring on a tour of Ireland by Scottish performer Billy Connolly, which took place in 1975. Fans of the comedian's humour will recognise the gentle but sometimes crude tone of this feature.

Content Advice(May contain spoilers)

violence

language

sex

drugs

rude humour

alcohol and tobacco

threat and horror

discrimination

  • Director(s)

    Murray Grigor, Patrick Higson

  • Production Year

    1975

  • Release date

    03/03/2024

  • Genre(s)

    Comedy, Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    77m

  • Cast

    Billy Connolly

infrequent strong language, drug references
Classified Date:
13/02/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
BFI Films
violence
Verbal references are made to historic violence occurring in Northern Ireland, including bombings and killings, however there is no visual detail.
language
There is infrequent use of strong language ('f**k'), as well as use of milder terms including 'bloody', 'bastard', 'arse', 'tits', 'hell' and 'God'.
sex
There are implied references to sex and innuendo during a humorous song performance, as well as jokes about condoms in a comic skit.
drugs
There are references to drugs in a comic skit about inappropriate material in children's television programmes.
rude humour
Rude humour includes jokes about genitals, flatulence, urination and nose picking.
alcohol and tobacco
A man pretends to be drunk for comic effect. People are seen smoking.
Classified Date:
24/08/1977
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Brent Walker Film Dist
infrequent strong language, drug references
Classified Date:
26/02/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
BFI Video
violence
Verbal references are made to historic violence occurring in Northern Ireland, including bombings and killings, however there is no visual detail.
language
There is infrequent use of strong language ('f**k'), as well as use of milder terms including 'bloody', 'bastard', 'arse', 'tits', 'hell' and 'God'.
sex
There are implied references to sex and innuendo during a humorous song performance, as well as jokes about condoms in a comic skit.
drugs
There are references to drugs in a comic skit about inappropriate material in children's television programmes.
rude humour
Rude humour includes jokes about genitals, flatulence, urination and nose picking.
alcohol and tobacco
A man pretends to be drunk for comic effect. People are seen smoking.
Classified Date:
27/03/2024
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
BFI Films
  • Classified date

    13/02/2024