The second day of filming for the Strawberry Fields Forever promotional clip took place on this day at Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent.
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Having decided that their next single would be the double a-side Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, The Beatles took part in promotional films. Work began on this day in Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent.
English playwright Joe Orton had been asked by Walter Shenson, producer of the films A Hard Day’s Night and Help!, to come up with a script for The Beatles’ third film.
In 1967 English playwright Joe Orton was asked by producer Walter Shenson to write a script for The Beatles’ third film.
In 1967 English playwright Joe Orton was to write a script for The Beatles’ third film.
Paul McCartney and Jane Asher attended the première of the film The Family Way at London’s Warner Cinema.
Location shooting began in Spain on this day for How I Won The War, the Richard Lester film which featured John Lennon in the minor role of Private Gripweed.
The Beatles were all fans of Bob Dylan, whom they had first met in August 1964. They met him again the following year, and once more on this day during his tour of the United Kingdom.
Following the previous day‘s shoot inside EMI Studios, The Beatles went on location at Chiswick House in London, to film promotional clips for their forthcoming single Paperback Writer/Rain.
Studio One, EMI Studios, Abbey Road For the imminent release of the Paperback Writer/Rain single, The Beatles were unwilling to appear on television for promotion. Instead, they took part in a two-day shoot which resulted in a total of seven promotional films for the songs.
Each of The Beatles, along with their wives and girlfriends, attended the première of Alfie, which was directed by Lewis Gilbert and starred Michael Caine.
The day after The Beatles’ final UK concert took place in Cardiff, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison had a meeting to discuss the group’s third film project.
The Beatles returned to Twickenham Film Studios on this day to film promotional videos for their forthcoming single We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper, as well as older songs Help!, Ticket To Ride and I Feel Fine.
The Beatles’ second film Help! had its royal première at the London Pavilion, Piccadilly Circus, London.
The Beatles’ work on their second feature film Help! ended on this day, with some extra audio recording at Twickenham Film Studios.
On this day John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were among the celebrities attended the première of director Richard Lester’s film The Knack (And How To Get It) at the London Pavilion cinema.
Although The Beatles had finished filming Help! on 11 May 1965, they returned to Twickenham Film Studios on this day to record post-sync work for the audio track.
This was The Beatles’ second day of filming at Cliveden House, a 19th century stately home in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
This was the first of a two-day shoot at Cliveden House in Maidenhead, Berkshire, a sumptuous stately home dating from the 19th century.
The Beatles filmed a number of scenes for Help! on this day, in London and St Margaret’s, Twickenham.