The Beatles Anthology: Season 1, Episode 7

June '67 to July '68 (5 Sep. 1996)

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In this part, they review topics like their trip to India with Maharishi guru, Brian Epstein's death, the Apple business expansion, the Yellow Submarine movie and finally the relationship between John and Yoko Ono.

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Brian Epstein ...
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Jessie Robins ...
Herself / Ringo's Aunt / Singer (archive footage)


In this part, they review topics like their trip to India with Maharishi guru, Brian Epstein's death, the Apple business expansion, The Magical Mistery Tour and The Yellow Submarine movies and finally the relationship between John and Yoko. Written by NV

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During an interview in which Neil Aspinell says John and Paul went to the United States to promote Apple in 1968 and they made an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) he says Joe DiMaggio was the substitute host for that particular night, it was actually Joe Garagiola See more »


Ringo Starr: [Commenting on John Lennon first showing him the nude photo of Yoko and him on the cover of the Two Virgins ablum] I pointed to the Times. I said "You've even got the Times in there!" - like, his dick wasn't out, you know.
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