The Beatles’ final film Let It Be had its British première on this day, with simultaneous screenings in the north and south of England. None of the group attended either.
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A promotional clip for the title track of Ringo Starr‘s debut solo album Sentimental Journey was made on this day.
Ringo Starr’s second film, The Magic Christian, had its New York première on this evening.
The Magic Christian, starring Ringo Starr and Peter Sellers, had its US première in Los Angeles on this day.
Ringo Starr‘s second film, The Magic Christian, had its world première on this evening at the Odeon Theatre in Kensington, London.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono had made a film titled Apotheosis in September 1969. Three months later they made a sequel.
Paul and Linda McCartney made their final public appearance for several months on this evening, by attending the UK première of the film Midnight Cowboy.
The New Cinema Club at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London hosted the premières of two films by John Lennon and Yoko Ono on this day.
On this day John Lennon and Yoko Ono were among guests performing on The Rolling Stones’ television spectacular, Rock And Roll Circus.
The Rolling Stones, always keen to keep up with The Beatles, wanted a television special to rival Magical Mystery Tour. Rock And Roll Circus was their version, intended to mix music with performers hired from Sir Robert Fossett’s Circus.
Prior to The Beatles’ 7pm recording session, Paul McCartney was filmed with Mary Hopkin for a children’s television show.
On this day The Beatles filmed promotional films for Hey Jude and Revolution at Twickenham Film Studios.
The world première of The Beatles’ animated feature film, Yellow Submarine, took place on this evening at the London Pavilion on Piccadilly Circus.
Nine days prior to its world première, three of The Beatles attended a press screening of Yellow Submarine at the 102-seat Bowater House Cinema in Knightsbridge, London.
At EMI Studios on this day, Paul McCartney was filmed with Apple Records’ new signing Mary Hopkin, as part of a promotional film for the label.
This was the second day in which George Harrison filmed a scene for Ravi Shankar’s feature film Raga.
George Harrison, accompanied by his wife Pattie, plus Ringo Starr, Maureen Starkey and Mal Evans, had travelled to California on 7 June 1968. The purpose of the visit was the filming of scenes for Ravi Shankar’s feature film Raga.
All four Beatles were at Twickenham Film Studios on this day to record an on-screen appearance for the end of the Yellow Submarine film.
The Beatles filmed promotional footage for their forthcoming single Hello, Goodbye at London’s Saville Theatre on this day.
The filming of the Magical Mystery Tour television special was completed on this day, with sequences for George Harrison‘s song Blue Jay Way shot at Sunny Heights, Ringo Starr‘s house in Weybridge.