In the afternoon the interior pub scene was filmed at Twickenham Film Studios, which culminated with Ringo Starr falling through a trapdoor into a cellar.
During filming for the pub scene, Peter Sellers arrived at Twickenham to present The Beatles with Grammy Awards for A Hard Day’s Night, which won the Best Performance By A Vocal Group award for 1964, and for Best New Artist. The brief ceremony was filmed, including an off-the-cuff rendition of It’s A Long Way To Tipperary.
The Beatles had also been nominated for four other awards for 1964. They lost out on Best Rock And Roll Recording to Petula Clark’s song Downtown; Record Of The Year was João Gilberto and Stan Getz’s The Girl From Ipanema rather than I Want To Hold Your Hand; John Lennon and Paul McCartney had been nominated for a Songwriter’s Award for A Hard Day’s Night, but it went to Jerry Herman for Hello, Dolly!; and Best Original Score Written For a Motion Picture or TV Show went to Robert B Sherman and Richard M Sherman for Mary Poppins, rather than A Hard Day’s Night.