The Beatles Anthology: Season 1, Episode 3

February '64 to July '64 (19 Nov. 1995)

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The Beatles become just as successful in the US, as in the UK, when they hit #1 on the US charts. This leads to a tour of America, appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show", and starring in the feature film "A Hard Day's Night".

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The Beatles become just as successful in the US, as in the UK, when they hit #1 on the US charts. This leads to a tour of America, appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show", and starring in the feature film "A Hard Day's Night".

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On the clip of their 2nd appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" from Miami Fl. in 1964, the introductory poolside scene is run in reverse showing the diver coming out of the water and landing on the diving board feet first. See more »

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Features The Mersey Sound (1963) See more »

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Written by Norman Whitfield and Marvin Gaye and William Stevenson
Performed by Marvin Gaye
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