The Beatles--the world's most famous rock and roll band--travel from their home town of Liverpool to London to perform in a television broadcast. Along the way they must rescue Paul's unconventional grandfather from various misadventures and drummer Ringo goes missing just before the crucial concert. Written by
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Another James Bond connection is the song, "This Boy" (a.k.a. "Ringo's Theme"), an instrumental version of which was used in the film to accompany Ringo Starr's solo scene. The guitarist was Vic Flick, who previously played on "The James Bond Theme" from Dr. No. See more »
When The Beatles leave their fan letters to go clubbing, George and John are wearing white dress shirts covered by coats. When they are later seen dancing at the club, George is and John are wearing black turtlenecks. See more »
Man On Train:
I shall call the guard!
Ah, but what? They don't take kindly to insults, you know. Let's go have some coffee and leave the kennel to Lassie!
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The opening credits are superimposed over the action. The Beatles are running from a mob of fans while the title track plays. See more »
This is it. There has never been and never will be another band like the Beatles. The innocence of the generation is showcased in A Hard Day's Night. The perfect musical for any audience, the Beatles capture a time that can never be repeated. Like 4 childhood friends knowing that the Old can never get them down, they represented everything good and right of the world. They reflected the generation that wanted to be heard. Almost 40 years later, they are still as young as ever. Timeless, beautiful, true. A Hard Day's Night is perfection!
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