Let It Be

The documentary film “Let It Be” gives an unparalleled insight into the Beatles getting back to basics at Twickenham and at their own recording studios in Savile Row. It spans two weeks of recording of what was to be their final album, Let It Be.

The Beatles
The Beatles

Highlight of the film is their legendary gig on the roof of the Apple Building. The sound of their music attracts hundreds of people in the streets below. The crowd spills over into the streets, blocks traffic, frustrates the police. Windows in nearby buildings pop open as other people strain for sight and sound of their favourite performers. Even rooftops serve as precarious perches for Fans The Beatles.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :
Let It Be was produced by Neil Aspinall and directed by Michael Lindsey-Hogg. It includes tracks such as Don’t Let Me Down, Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, Two Of Us, I’ve Got A Feeling, Oh Darling, One After 909, Across The Universe, Dig A Pony, I Me Mine, For You Blue, Besame Mucho, Dig It, Get Back and Let It Be.

Let It Be should release on DVD with remastered picture, comments of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Heather McCartney, George Martin, Glyn Jones, Derek Taylor and Michael Lindsay Hogg.
Special Material:
* Trailer
* From Twickenham to Apple
* The rooftop concert
* Deleted Scenes
* The Get Back project
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The second Beatles’ feature film is a comedy adventure, which follows the exploits of the group as they attempt to escape the clutches of an evil mysterious cult. Will The Beatles survive being eaten by tigers, being shrunk, gassed, blown up, or kidnapped?
The Beatles Help! Movie
The Beatles Help! Movie

This is the second Beatles recording movie. The film was directed by Dick Lester and combines the Beatles’ own sense of humour with antics from a leading cast of actors including Leo McKern, Eleanor Bron, Victor Spinetti and Roy Kinnear.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :

The film includes a host of classic tracks such as Ticket To Ride, You’re Going To Lose That Girl, and the title track, Help! (These are all featured on the soundtrack album).

Help! has been regarded by many as a parody of contemporary Bond films, complete with power crazy despots, mad inventors, and a caper through exotic locations including the Bahamas and the snowy mountains of Austria. It has also been credited as being the forerunner to contemporary rock musicals and pop videos.

"It was good to make Help! and it’s a nice film it’s funny it’s very period film now, we just took it all very lightly, we’d had a laugh and in the snow, all the snow scenes were cos the lads wanted a holiday, they were fed up working." Paul McCartney.  
Saw it four times i think and still can't stop laughing. one of the funniest movies ever made!

A Hard Days Night

The Beatles’ first feature film. Released by United Artists. A Walter Shenson – Subafilms Production.
A Hard Days Night Movie
A Hard Days Night Movie

Have you watch they films? A Hard Days Night is a Good Movie, the first The Beatles record.

Comedy and music are combined to make this pastiche of a day in the life of The Beatles during 1964. The band have to use all their guile and wit to avoid the pursuing fans and press to reach their scheduled television performance. This is in spite of Paul’s troublemaking grandfather (Wildfred Brambell) and Ringo’s arrest.

As quoted by TheBeatles.Com :
The film has been praised as a benchmark for music film production, and remains influential to this day. Director Dick Lester used a documentary style of filming to capture the claustrophobia of Beatlemania, and writer Alun Owen delivered a script which epitomised the quick witted humour of the band.

"We knew that in rock and roll you could get in a film so we wanted to be in a film if at all possible, but we wanted to make a good one." PAUL
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