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Hard Days Night: 2dvd Beatles £3.49 at HMV

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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Hard Days Night: 2dvd Beatles £3.49 at HMV

A HARD DAY'S NIGHT presents a fictionalized day in the life of The Beatles as they give a performance on a live television show. Filmed just a month after their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, this film introduces us to the unique personalities of each member of the Beatles. The film opens with the band boarding a train mobbed with adoring young fans (mostly women) as they attempt to travel to the television studio in London. The antics of the band during rehearsals and makeup application provide a large part of the comic material in this feature, though there are other moments of pure hilarity. The unscripted vignette featuring a hangover-suffering Ringo is especially funny, particularly when he is arrested and risks having to miss the live television broadcast. None of this goes unnoticed by the director of the show, played by Victor Spinetti, a recurring cast member in Beatles movies. As the clock ticks away dramatically, our heroes manage to free Ringo from jail and sneak onto the stage in the nick of time, delighted in the knowledge that they have nearly driven the director mad in the process. Arguably the first music video ever made, this faux documentary and its shooting style have been a tremendous influence on nearly every rock and roll feature since.
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#1
I must be getting old - I remember going to the pictures to see this.

Edited By: Hancock on Oct 20, 2010 20:46: typo
#2
Me too! Strange but true, was looking at the Bluray version of this last nite...reviews reckon the sound is supurb....was trying to find a decent price.
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Hancock
I must be getting old - I remember going to the pictures to see this.
no offence, but if you went to the pictures to watch this eh hum im sorry to say u r old
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Edited By: Hancock on Oct 20, 2010 20:46: typo

And, he's getting forgetful too X)
banned#5
Overrated 4 piece combo, why are people still being parted with their money for this tat after all these years?
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#5Reply to this commentReport this commentLike this commentIgnore this user Report Commentzekespah - Oct 21, 2010 08:12
Overrated 4 piece combo, why are people still being parted with their money for this tat after all these years?

The Beatles are the biggest band in the world even after all these years. Look at the amount of albums they have sold, and who they have inspired with their music. The Beatles are timeless and will still be selling records when me and you are dead....Do a little research on them on Google and then think about what you are saying.
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ryshaz
The Beatles are the biggest band in the world even after all these years. Look at the amount of albums they have sold, and who they have inspired with their music. The Beatles are timeless and will still be selling records when me and you are dead....Do a little research on them on Google and then think about what you are saying.

Been a fan of popular music for nearly 40 years and was studying trend and influences before google was ever thought of. Stand by my comment. Lennon was OK, McCartney's done nothing since 1970 to convince me of his claims to grandeur.
#8
I understand what you mean when you put it in those terms as induvidual performance but as a group 'The Beatles' are legendary and really think its unfair to call this ''TAT'' as you put it. I agree McCartney has done nothing since but live off the name of the group and Ringo is a waste of space as for Lennon we will never really know the same for Harrison but as a group they will be in History forever and will always be the greatest band. I could be a little bias as I am from Liverpool.

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