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The following Worldwide Video Archives includes footage from as early as 1982 to 2016 of both Culture Club and Boy George as a solo artist. The source of the archives mostly consists of footage from the USA. Other sections of this archives set include footage from that are exclusive to the countries UK, AUSTRALIA & CANADA.

 

 

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives Volume I (2 DVD SET)

1. Telegenics Interview Feb. 1983: RARE Interview George & Jon (4:36)
2. The Montreux Golden Rose Festival 1985: Culture Club arriving backstage, “Love Is Love” & “Karma Chameleon” (8:00)
3. MTV’s Rock ‘n Roll of the 80’s 1985: RARE Interview with Jon, George, Michael & Roy (11/84) (4:50)
4. The making of Band-Aid (documentary) 11/84: Edited scenes with Culture Club ONLY, behind the scenes footage, interviews w/Jon & George (10:58)
5. Showtime at the Apollo 1986: RARE Interview w/George, George’s duet with Stevie Wonder on “Part Time Lover” (LIVE) & George’s duet with Luther Vandross “Where Did The Love GO?” (LIVE) (6:20)
6. Bob Hope’s Royal Command Performance from Sweden 1986: “Move Away” (performance) (4:23)
7. The Barbra Walter’s Special 1986: In-Depth Interview with George (14:46)
8. MTV’s Smile Jamaica (Benefit Concert) 10/23/88: RARE Boy George, one song LIVE “Kipsy” (5:35)
9. The Joan Rivers Show 9/26/89: RARE Interview with Boy George (6:49)
10. The Tonight Show w/Leno 1995: Boy George LIVE “Everything I Own” & Interview on book “Take It Like A Man” & closing segment (10:00)
11. MTV’s It Came from the 80’s: various segments that include Interviews of Boy George from various years & visuals of Culture Club (10:41)
12. MTV Commercial 1984: Includes comment from Boy George (:30)
13. The Tonight Show w/Leno 11/95: Boy George Interview regarding new book “Take It Like A Man” and “Fun Time” LIVE & closing segment (9:15)
14. Local TV Show NYC 1995: Interview with Boy George about new LP “Cheapness and Beauty” Part 1, Funtime (music video) Interview Part 2 and Il Adore (music video) (12:00)
15. VH1”s Behind The Music 1997 : In-Depth Interview & Documentary of the history of Culture Club & Boy George as a solo artist (All commercials are edited out (45:08)
16. VH1’s Flashback Weekend “Solid Gold” 1983: Culture Club “Karma Chameleon” & “Church of the Poison Mind” (performances) (6:58)

TOTAL RUNNING TIME 2 HOURS 40 MInutes

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives Volume II

1. VH1’s Behind The Music (Part 2) 1998: Culture Club Reunion includes new IN-Depth Interviews from 1998, rehearsal & live performance clips (22:34)
2. VH1’s Storytellers 1998: Culture Club’s historic live concert Reunion, includes: “Church of the Poison Mind”, “Karma Chameleon”, “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya”, “That’s The Way”, “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me”, “I Just Want To Be Loved”, “Time (Clock of the Heart)”, “Miss Me Blind”, “Some Strange Voodoo” Length: (43:54)
3. VH1’s Pop Video 1998: Tribute Show to Culture Club, features interesting details about the production of the following music videos: “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” Conceptual Version), “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya”, “Church of the Poison Mind”, “Time (Clock of the Heart)”, “It’s A Miracle” and Boy George “The Crying Game” (21:56)
4. The 80’s Rewind Tour (Local NYC program) 8/98: Culture Club Live in NYC at Radio City Music Hall, “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya”, “Time (Clock of the Heart)”, “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” (8:57)
5. The A-Team (TV Series) 1986: Culture Club “Karma Chameleon” (performance) (1:52)
6. CNN Headline News: 01/01/99The 80’s Rewind Tour hits NYC includes live footage of Culture Club & Interview with Boy George, Simon Le Bon of Duran Duran and Depeche Mode (2:23)
7. Culture Club: “I Just Want to be Loved” 7/14/98: Music video includes slate & countdown (3:48)

 Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives Volume III

1. The Howard Stern Interview on E! 1993: In-Depth Interview with Boy George (21:58)
2. E! Wild on the U.K. 3/17/99: Interview with Culture Club (all members) and a peek in Boy George’s private Studio
3. VH1’s Then and Now 8/17/97: Opening, Profile on Culture Club, interview with Boy George from “Behind The Music” Special, the interview includes scenes that were not used in “Behind The Music” (hosted by John Taylor)
4. VH1’s Where Are They Now? 2/99: Opening, Boy George trivia qusetion and short profile
5. MTV’s Celebrity Death Match 3/25/99: claymation of Boy George very funny
6. The Late Show with David Letterman 8/98: “I Just want to be Loved” (Live) & In-Depth Interview with Boy George
7. VH1’s Rock Collectors 11/99: Boy George visits collectables at vintage toy store and discusses collectables of Culture Club
8. UKTV Ch. 4 “Top Ten” (Documentary Series) 3/13/99: This episode profiles the “Top Ten” 80’s Romantics. Boy George hosts this entire show. This segment includes George’s introduction and segment following of Culture Club. For entire show with Boy George hosting the whole show, inquire by writing to me.
9. VH1’s Before they were Rock Stars 1/21/99: Profile & Interview with Boy George, rare photos and clip of “When Will You Learn” (Music Video)
The 1984 Grammy Awards: Culture Club wins Best New Artist Category, with controversial acceptance speech from Boy George (3:00)
10. (Canada TV) News Program 3/31/84: Interview with Boy George via press conference in Montreal, draws self portrait (1:41)
11. (Canada TV) “Newsday” 3/84: Live Interview with fans while waiting at the Ottawa Civic Center for doors to open at Culture Club concert. (1:28)
12. (Canada TV) “Newsline” 3/84: Profile of CC, fans interviewed and interview with Boy George & CC and clips of music videos (6:06)
13. (Canada TV) 3/84: Profile and In-Depth Interview with Boy George in Montreal (shot on film) (8:51)
14. Canada TV) 3/31/84: Press Conference in Montreal with Culture Club and shots of fans (:55)
15. (Canada TV) Good Rockin Tonite Weekend Special 3/84: In-depth Interview with Boy George discusses working with Malcolm, performing with Bow Wow Wow etc…and clips of Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, I’ll Tumble 4 Ya, Time, Church of the Poison Mind, Karma Chameleon and Miss me Blind (20:29)
17. (Canada TV) 4/01/84: Profile and interview clips from press conference in Montreal with Culture Club and in-depth Interview with Boy George and Jon Moss. Included is Miss Me Blind (Music Video) (14:35)
18. (US TV) Friday Night Videos 5/84: Short Interview with Boy George and Culture Club (:42)

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives AUSTRALIA TV 1984 Volume IV

1. 60 Minutes (An Australian version of the US TV Series) 7/84: titled “Boy Oh Boy!” this is an in-depth interview with Boy George and footage from their arrival backstage at The 1984 British Pop Awards, scenes from early videos of CC, working in the studio on a recording session with Helen Terry (13:40)
2. “Countdown 83” 1983: Time (Clock of the Heart) (Performance) (2:06)
3. Eyewitness News 6/84: CC hits America on Tour (footage of the band performing live and interview with fans) (1:01)
4. Ch. 10 Eyewitness News 1984: Boy George unveils his wax figure replica by Judith Craig at Madame Teauseurs Wax Museum in London, England and George meets his fans. (1:38)
5. TWT 6/84: Interview with Boy George and report on future plans for Australian Tour and contest to meet Boy George (1:17)
6. The Molly Meldrum Interview: “Who’s A Tart?” 6/84: “Do You Really want to Hurt Me?” (Music Video clip), An amazing world exclusive In-depth interview from Boy George by Molly Meldrum shot in London, England. George discusses his youth, breaking out on his own at 16 and going to Birmingham, “Time (Clock of the Heart)” (Music Video clip), dealing with the press siege on the band, talks about Marilyn coming to his home in the early days, comparisons to the same fame as Michael Jackson, “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya” (Music Video clip), Influences, Interview with Helen Terry about meeting BG and Marilyn in the early days, the bond of the band allowed BG bridging in other musician like Helen Terry, The Church in the Poison Mind (Music Video clip), discussing the making of “Church..”, “Karma…”, “It’s A Miracle” and “Miss Me Blind” music videos, comparing today as compared to today “It’s A Miracle” (Music Video clip), growing up with his family, BG and Marilyn’s trip to Egypt, Interview with Marilyn discussing his association with BG, BG talks about living together, “Victims” (Music Video clip), discussion of Princess Margret’s comment of BG being a “Tart”, meeting Kim Wilde, “Miss Me Blind” (Music Video clip), plans for the Australian Tour, “Do You Really want to Hurt Me?” (Music Video clip), (53:49)
7. Eyewitness News 7/84: Culture Club arrive in Australia, absolute mayhem and press conference clips with comments from BG (1:57)
8. News Report 7/84: The First Press Conference in Sydney, interview with the entire band (2:09)
9. Ch. 10 Eyewitness News 7/84: Interview with Boy George (1:07)
10. Countdown 7/84: It’s A Miracle (Performance) (3:11)
11. Countdown 7/84: CC press conference in Adelaide, Australia in front of fans, Introduced by Molly Meldrum (Part 1 of 2) (1:12)
12. Countdown 7/84: CC press conference in Adelaide, Australia in front of fans (Part 2 of 2), Karma Chameleon” Live by BG without band and fans sing along with BG amazing and “White Boy (Remix)” (Performance) and in-studio interview with BG by Molly Meldrum, clip of CC press conference in Adelaide, Australia in front of fans, “It’s A Miracle” (Performance), Interview with G and Jon Moss by Molly Meldrum (14:59)
13. Ch. 10 Eyewitness 7/84: CC arrive at Melbourne airport and live report at the Sydney Hotel where fans stake out Hotel and interview as BG arrives at hotel and interview with fans (3:55)
14. TWT 7/84: CC press conference with fans, BG answers questions from fans (3:22)
15. Sounds 7/84: Interview with BG discusses the future of CC and solo intentions? (3:29)
16. The Nine Network Australia 7/14/84: fans at airport, general profile and video montage (:)


Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2000-2003 Volume V

1. The Howard Stern Show 11/07/2000: Teaser, show opening, Interview with BG before entering studio with Howard. In-depth interview with Boy George during CC’s current tour. Boy George admits to drinking, participates in a game (“Guess the gay guy”) to see which of three men are gay (very funny stuff). CC fans who were outside are brought in to meet BG. Interview with the fans in front of BG (21:03)
2. The Queen Latifah Show 11/03/2000: Teaser, show opening, profile of three fans who compete in a contest to meet Culture Club and also win back stage passes and tickets to their concert, CC performs “Karma Chameleon”, CC meets fans in the audience (18:15)
3. VH1 Behind the Music “The Year of 1984” 12/2000: Profile on C.C. and Band Aid (3:14)
4. MTV Cribs 4/5/2001: Opening, Teaser with Boy George “coming up next” and then Boy George takes us on a tour of his home. What a layout, fantastic stuff here (9:27)
5. VH1’s 100 Greatest Videos of All Time (Part 1 of 5) 5/7/01: featured “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” at #86 Interview with Boy George both past and present (2:15)
6. VH1’s From the Waist Down 6/2001: All 5 episodes edited down to just the segments regarding Boy George and Culture Club and related bands. First episode starts with “Are You A Boy Or A Girl?”. Various interview clips of Boy George including a recent interview in 2001 (All five parts edited down 11:06)
7. MTV 20 8/1/2001: Interview by Kurt Loder with Boy George as he discusses Djing in NYC and also Culture Club. Also, a much overlooked interview by Carson Daly with Boy George much later in the program next to the late Alliyah (3:46)
8. VH1’s Arsenio Jams 11/26/01: Opening, LIVE Performance of “Whisper” from the LP “High Hat”, Boy George is interviewed. Originally aired in September 1989, also closing segment CLASSIC (15:46)
9. VH1’s TV Moments “Reunions” 2/26/02: The Culture Club Reunion is Profiled included are interviews
10. Trio Network “ABBAMANIA” 6/19/02: Oening, Culture Club performs “Voulez Vous” and closing segment with entie cast of the show performing “Dancing Queen” including Culture Club
11. BBC America So Graham Norton 6/21/02: In-depth Interview with Boy George
12. Access Hollywood 5/6/03: Taboo play is discussed at the Premiere. Rosie O’Donnel is interviewd with Boy George and BG has some amazing make-up.
13. VH1 Promo Commercial 4/2003: Little Cat dresses like BG circa CC era and sings Karma Chameleon
14. VH1 Classic 3rd Anniversary the week of May 5th 2003: Air Date 5/10/03: Interview with BG from 10/21/02 in London
15. VH1 Classic 4/2003: Promotional Commercial for VH1 with an animated kitten singing Karma Chameleon dressed as BG circa 1982
16. VH1 Classic: Air Date 6/05/03: Interview with BG from 10/21/02 in London
17. VH1 Classic: Air Date 6/12/03: Interview with BG from 10/21/02 in London discusses Karma Chemeleon
18. VH1 Classic: Air Date 7/20/03: Interview with BG circa 1984 discussing the concept for Miss Me Blind music video
19. VH1 Classic 01/2005: BG on Vegitarian Butchers

TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 2 HOURS

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2002-2006 Volume VI

1. SMASH! The Culture Club Story 2002: In depth documentary on the history of the band including exclusive interviews with all members found only in this documentary

2 .The Friday Night Project 03/17/2005: BG Host the entire episode. Later in the show BG takes the hosts and dresses hime up similar to himself to discover what impact it will have when they venture to different shops and the public’s recation that is very funny. Interview with Boy George about his new book. Then BG plays “Straight Talking Bingo” and gives frank opions on celebrities. BG asks straight strangers on the street to join him for dinner to set them up with an actor who pretends to be jealous of their date. Later BG chooses which Culture Club immitaters are men from the women and much more.

3. Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 12/15/2006: BG hurt his foot and limps to the coach then another In- Depth Interview with Boy George. BG mentions he’s 44 in June. BG also discusses living in New York City since Taboo and how the fans react in NYC. Also discussion on his new book “Straight”. BG also introduces “B. Rude” clothing line and plays the promotional video for B. Rude.

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2005 Volume VII

1. UKTV Ch. 4 Favouritism Boy George’s Queerest TV Moments 06/09/2005: Boy George counts down his personal top 19 favourite gay television moments. BG host the show from the back of a posh car. First on the list (no surprise) David Bow at #19 followed by “Tom Jones on Happiness Island” at #18 and so on. Other highlights on the countdown include: the film “Can’t Stop The Music” by the Village People, Culture Club’s acceptance speech at The 26th Annual Grammy Awards, Julian Clary on the 1993 Comedy Awards along with an actual interview with Julian and executive Producer of the program Michael Hurll. Also included in the countdown UK TV Series Footballers Wives, Dennis Rodman book signing dressed as a bride and Sports Broascaster Steve Bunce is interviewed by BG who comment on Rodman. Later in the countdown is the “Making of The 2005 Calendar for DIEVX DV Stade Calender featuring Christopher Durand. #11 finds the first appearance of Culture Club on TV for The BBC program Top Of The Pops, An Episode of Sex In the City, Samantha Fox music video “Touch Me” and includes a new interview with Samantha Fox conducted by BG. Later in the lis includes David Becham, Take That’s Music Video for “Do What You Like” and ”Wham’s “Club Tropicana” Music Video and much more.

2. Whatever Happened To The Gender Benders? 10/25/2005: The secret history of the new romantic rebellion that changed the face of world culture, before spiraling into a vortex of drug addiction and death. Includes rare footage of the New Romantics. Also includes footage of Steve Strange in the recording studio  and Boy George live in concert. Features interviews with Boy George of Culture Club, Martin Kemp and Steve Norman from Spandau Ballet, Marc Almond of Soft Cell, Marilyn, Rusty Egan Blitz Club DJ, Steve Strange of Visage, Philip Salon Gender Bender, Blitz Club Regulars Steven Linnard, Rosemary Turner and Pinkietessa, Broadcaster Robert Elms, Journalist Rick Sky and Squatters Chris Sullivan and Princess Julia.

3. Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 11/25/05: Live performance with BG and Anthony of Anthony and The Johnsons


Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2000-2009 Volume VIII

 
1. Tonight 10/2003: Opening, two teasers and then Boy George and Rosie O’Donnell are interviewed regarding Taboo theater play
2. Live with R and K 10/30/03: Interview with Boy George wearing outfit of his character in the play Taboo. Discusses the play and idea behind it.
3. TOTP 1982: Do You Really Want To Hurt Me? (Performance)
4. All We Are Saying (Documentary) 2004: Interview with Boy George in New York City
5. Top 100 Songs of The 80’s 10/2006: Don’t You Really Want To Hurt Me at #58. Includes interview with Boy George
6. Witness News 2008: Boy George in prison
7. Biography Boy George 10/11/07: In Depth interview and profile. Profile of the “Culture Club” star who shocked the world with his flamboyant androgynous style. Born George Alan O’Dowd into a working class Irish family, Boy George ruled the 80s music charts with such hits as “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?” and “Karma Chameleon,” but soon fell into drug addiction. He disappeared from public view until 2006, when he was busted on a drug charge and had to perform community service with the New York City Department of Sanitation.
8. Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 10/30/09: In- Depth Interview with Boy George
9. The Graham Norton Show 06/02/2003:  Interview with BG where he discusses the “B. rude” clothing line. Graham shows BG’s ties from the new line of clothing. The two discuss that Taboo ran for one and a half years in the UK and plans on taking the show to America. Also discussion of Culture Clubs tour over the years. Mentioning of Human League having a row with BG. Later George joins Graham’s idea for a “Fright Clubbing” sudo game show. Pretty funny


Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2005-2013 Volume IX

1. The Madness of Boy George Documentary 10/17/2006: Documenting the days and weeks preceding Boy George’s appearance in a New York courtroom in June 2006 for cocaine possession and his subsequent sentencing to 5 days community service as a street cleaner by order of the US justice department. Boy George visits his New York City Apartment. Footage of the UK Production of Taboo, in studio recording of BG with Producer John Themis and BG DJing at a night club and “B. Rude” George’s Clothing Line. Includes exclusive interviews for this documentary with Boy George, Michael Craig, Marc Almond of Soft Cell, Costume Designer for Taboo Mike Nichols, Frank Niedlich George’s Co-Manager, BG’s Lawyer at the time Lou Freeman, Music Journalist Miranda Sawyer, Matthew Wright Broadcaster & Journalist, Amanda Ghost George’s Friend,  and Dinah O’Dowd (George;s Mother),

2. The House That Made Me 12/08/2010: Look at the hideous wallpaper! And those nasty sofas! Ah, bless! There’s a funny old black-and-white TV and packets of No 6 fags on the sideboard. Within minutes of being taken back to the house on the Middle Park estate in Eltham, London, where the living room had been restyled to look exactly as it had when he and his five brothers and sister lived there in 1971, Boy George had a hissy and wanted out. I knew exactly how he felt: a temperamental 80s pop star and another property makeover show are both things I can easily do without too.

But after the first break, Boy George had calmed down and so had I; once The House that Made Me (Channel 4) stopped making a song and dance about the annoying Edwardian Farm style contrivance of its setup, it developed into a fascinating exercise in memory as largely a work of the subconscious imagination.
For it wasn’t the carefully recreated pieces of 70s design and Woolworths art that particularly affected Boy George; they were just the Proustian tipping points. What he remembered were precisely the things that weren’t there – the smoke, the screaming and the anxiety. When the O’Dowd family moved in 1974 to a house in Shooters Hill – a little bigger but decorated in much the same style – those same objects triggered nothing but happy feelings.

The difference was not in the concrete but the internal. What had changed in the three years was George: whereas in 1971 he had been struggling with his difference, his sexuality and a bullying father, by 1974 he had largely come to terms with all three.

Curiously, Boy George wasn’t even, for once, the star of his own show. That honour went to his four brothers and his mother – the only people, I suspect, whom Boy George can’t and doesn’t bullshit. Boy George may be the one who has had years of therapy, but when he came to the realization at the end of the film that “I’m just a gay version of my father”, none of his siblings batted an eyelid. They had clearly come to the same conclusion long ago. I couldn’t help wondering, though, what happened to his sister Siobhan. Who wrote her out of the story? Siobhan or the family? felt: a temperamental 80s pop star and another property makeover show are both things I can easily do without too.

But after the first break, Boy George had calmed down and so had I; once The House that Made Me (Channel 4) stopped making a song and dance about the annoying Edwardian Farm style contrivance of its setup, it developed into a fascinating exercise in memory as largely a work of the subconscious imagination.
For it wasn’t the carefully recreated pieces of 70s design and Woolworths art that particularly affected Boy George; they were just the Proustian tipping points. What he remembered were precisely the things that weren’t there – the smoke, the screaming and the anxiety. When the O’Dowd family moved in 1974 to a house in Shooters Hill – a little bigger but decorated in much the same style – those same objects triggered nothing but happy feelings.

The difference was not in the concrete but the internal. What had changed in the three years was George: whereas in 1971 he had been struggling with his difference, his sexuality and a bullying father, by 1974 he had largely come to terms with all three.
Curiously, Boy George wasn’t even, for once, the star of his own show. That honour went to his four brothers and his mother – the only people, I suspect, whom Boy George can’t and doesn’t bullshit. Boy George may be the one who has had years of therapy, but when he came to the realization at the end of the film that “I’m just a gay version of my father”, none of his siblings batted an eyelid. They had clearly come to the same conclusion long ago. I couldn’t help wondering, though, what happened to his sister Siobhan. Who wrote her out of the story? Siobhan or the family?

4. Later with Jools Holland 10/03/13: Down By The River Side LIVE

5. Later with Jools Holland 11/07/13: King Of Everything, Love And Danger and Everything I Own and closing Segment.

Culture Club & Boy George Video Archives 2010-2016 Volume X

1. Later with Jools Holland 09/17/10: Opening and BG sings with Andrew Wyatt and are featured on  “Somebody To Love Me” as part of “Mark Ronson and The Business International” RARE

2. The View 11/06/14: Opening, Culture Club teaser and then Boy George is interviewed and performs live “More Then Silence” and closing the program a live performance of “Do You You Really Want To Hurt Me?”

3. American Idol 03/25/15: Opening, The Top Finalists perform with Boy George “Karma Chameleon” and are mentored by Boy George on 80’s night. Boy George mentors each contestant individually and gives his opinion on each contestants overall ability and is also in the audience for the performances fro the live broadcast. Later in the program BG is briefly interviewed. Nearly the whole program is here with only some segments omitted that had nothing to do with BG or his mentoring (namely David Haselhoff an Salt & Pepa) Near Whole show without commercials runs 1 Hour 16 Minutes 39 Seconds

4. Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry (Season 1 Episode 8) 03/27/16: Opening, various teasers for coming up later with BG. Then Boy George is read by Tyler. Boy George won’t accept Tyler’s prediction though. Interesting to see BG this way as he reacts to Tyler’s predictions.
 
This is one of the most extensive video archive collection of BOTH CULTURE CLUB AND BOY GEORGE anywhere, worldwide!!! An incredible TWENTY ONE HOURS ON ELEVEN SEPARATE DVD’s. This collection stands alone as a definitive WORLDWIDE look at the history of CULTURE CLUB and BOY GEORGE as a solo artist through out the years covering as early as 1982 and up to as recent as 2016!!! A chronological history of an evolution of an artist. Take advantage of this auction and OWN this unique historical WORLDWIDE collection. This specially priced 11 DVD Set breaks down to just over $11.00 per two hour DVD compared to the average price of $18.00 per Volume (DVD) of The Culture Club / Boy George Video Archives. Compatible with Blue Ray Players and feel free to contact us with any questions.

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