The Beatles' first appearance in Help! was to be a scene in which their Rolls-Royce dropped them in a residential street and they entered four adjacent terraced houses. The scene was filmed on this day at Ailsa Avenue in Twickenham, England. Read more »
The scene in Help! in which The Beatles were put into slow motion by Professor Foot's relativity cadenza was filmed on this day. Read more »
Following their third appearance at the New Musical Express Poll-Winners' All-Star Concert, The Beatles were driven from Wembley to ABC's Teddington studios to film an appearance on The Eamonn Andrews Show. Read more »
The Beatles topped the bill at the 1964-65 New Musical Express Annual Poll-Winners' All-Star Concert. It was the third consecutive year they appeared at the event, held at the Empire Pool in Wembley, London. Read more »
The Beatles filmed an unused scene for Help! on this day. It was set in a warehouse, and also involved Superindendent Gluck (played by Patrick Cargill), seven policemen, and a dozen gang members led by Clang (Leo McKern).
Four scenes were filmed for Help! on this day, at Twickenham Film Studios in England, two of which featured The Beatles. Read more »
The Beatles completed the interior kitchen and dining restaurant scenes for the Rajahama Indian restaurant sequence in Help! on this day. Read more »
On this and the following day, The Beatles filmed the Rajahama Indian restaurant scenes for Help! at Twickenham Film Studios. Read more »
While The Beatles were filming at Twickenham Film Studios, a mono mix and three new stereo mixes of You're Going To Lose That Girl was created at EMI Studios in London in an hour-long session. Read more »
The Beatles finished their first full week of filming Help! - or Eight Arms To Hold You, as it was then known - at Twickenham Film Studios, England.
Work continued on The Beatles' second feature film, then known as Eight Arms To Hold You, at Twickenham Film Studios, England. Scenes completed during this week included the laboratory and railway station interior sequences.