Grammy-winning, international singing star Petula Clark, the most successful female vocalist to emerge from the musical British Invasion of the United States in the 1960s, racked up an impressive string of hit records, including the #1 one smash, 'Downtown'. in 1968, she starred in her first American TV special Petula, featuring Harry Belafonte. The critically acclaimed show, produced and directed by Steve Binder (Elvis '68 Comeback Special), stirred controversy after Petula and Harry touched while singing an anti-war duet. First time on DVD! Includes a wealth of previously unavailable bonus material including recent interviews with Petula Clark, Harry Belafonte and producer Steve Binder, in addition to vintage TV and radio commercials performed by Petula, and a photo gallery. Petula hosts the March 2007 PBS My Music: The British Beat special with anticipated viewership of over 10,000,000 viewers and part of the most successful pledge series on PBS.