The musical adventures of the greatest of the Rock Bands.


Al Brodax

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The Beatles ...  The Beatles unknown episodes


Follow the cartoon adventures of the greatest of the rock bands as the Fab Four get themselves into the strangest situations that always end with one of their songs being played. In addition, the band also features sing along segments that have simpler animation as the lyrics are displayed on screen. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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Release Date:

25 September 1965 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Los Beatles See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


After the end of the series, Al Brodax and George Dunning would continue with Beatles animation by creating the animated feature Yellow Submarine (1968). See more »


There are numerous occasions when the cartoon depicts the wrong singer, usually choosing John Lennon in favor of Paul McCartney or George Harrison. See more »


Spin-off Yellow Submarine (1968) See more »


And Your Bird Can Sing
Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Performed by The Beatles
[Opening credits for Seasons 2 and 3]
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This show replayed in Canada
8 August 2004 | by Crazy IanSee all my reviews

I remember several of this show's episodes because it replayed on Teletoon in Canada (I think, it might've been the Family Channel). Anyways, the cartoons were very Monkey-esque, that is they usually ended up in some sort of a jam or situation, but then they sang a song and everything worked out well. I realize that it's silly to describe the Beatles' cartoons as Monkey-esque, because the Beatles predated the Monkees, however that seems like the most apt way to describe these cartoons. They were NOT very good. They typically invoked rarer songs that really didn't get a lot of airplay (not the hits). For the longest time I understood that the Beatles actually voiced themselves, however this apparently was not the case. They don't really voice themselves in 'Yellow Submarine' either, except in the live-action epilogue. These cartoons seemed very formulaic for the time, and the basic premise was often redone to correspond to the musical group of the time. For example, I recall large similarities between the Beatles cartoons and the Jackson 5 cartoons, however the Jackson 5 typically had a more 'futuristic' viewpoint (they went into space and encountered aliens and stuff like that). I'm also reminded of old Scooby-Doo cartoons, where there were those interminable chase scenes over the dubbing of a musical number. Apparently the Beatles themselves were not overly enamoured with these pieces either. Having said that, I'm sure that now is a good time to get these cartoons out as a DVD collection to span the entire Beatles' media contributions. I'm sure that a lot of people would be all over them purely for the sake of nostalgia, entertainment, and curiosity.

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