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Speaking of the hotel room scene, when she dropped the bass I was like "Don't it's gonna break!!"

 

And about the hairbrush I was... "Maybe that hair is Mal's.. we never know" LOL!! mal-evans

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After all these years I finally got around to watching this film. It was on Film 4 in the UK today, stumbled across it this afternoon, very entertaining, glad I saw it. It was a lot better than I thought it would be, although there were far too many moustaches for '64. Plus a 5 piece Pearl drum kit in the music store scenes! Thought the reconstruction of the Ed Sullivan show was superb, as was the guy playing Sullivan - an absolute dead-ringer. Murray The K was a surprise, although he was getting on a bit by then.

Can't believe it was made in '78? I remember Spielberg being interviewed on set by Barry Norman for BBC's Film 77 or 78? -doesn't seem like 36 odd years ago!

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Has anyone perhaps come across this film online? If so, please share the link.

I've been trying to find this film, but with little success. 

26 January 2014
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Oyster Black Pearl said
After all these years I finally got around to watching this film. It was on Film 4 in the UK today, stumbled across it this afternoon, very entertaining, glad I saw it. It was a lot better than I thought it would be, although there were far too many moustaches for '64. Plus a 5 piece Pearl drum kit in the music store scenes! Thought the reconstruction of the Ed Sullivan show was superb, as was the guy playing Sullivan - an absolute dead-ringer. Murray The K was a surprise, although he was getting on a bit by then.

Can't believe it was made in '78? I remember Spielberg being interviewed on set by Barry Norman for BBC's Film 77 or 78? -doesn't seem like 36 odd years ago!

I knew that was on but decided not to watch it in the end. I kind of wish I had now :( Like you, I didn't think it would be much good.

 

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Oyster Black Pearl said
After all these years I finally got around to watching this film. It was on Film 4 in the UK today, stumbled across it this afternoon, very entertaining, glad I saw it. It was a lot better than I thought it would be, although there were far too many moustaches for '64. Plus a 5 piece Pearl drum kit in the music store scenes! Thought the reconstruction of the Ed Sullivan show was superb, as was the guy playing Sullivan - an absolute dead-ringer. Murray The K was a surprise, although he was getting on a bit by then.

Can't believe it was made in '78? I remember Spielberg being interviewed on set by Barry Norman for BBC's Film 77 or 78? -doesn't seem like 36 odd years ago!

I knew that was on but decided not to watch it in the end. I kind of wish I had now :( Like you, I didn't think it would be much good.

 

I thought i had sky+'d it but its not there so obviously I didn't. I remember watching it late one night on tv years ago, tho the only bit i can remember is the scene where the teenagers are under the bed and the Beatles walk in - you only see their feet. Can't even remember if it was any good or not.

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26 January 2014
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^^^ My brother saw it on the telly yesterday at my Grandad's, and he didn't even bother to ring me to tell me it was on :( They better repeat it again!

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Film4 tend to repeat films quite a lot so I'm sure it'll be on again some day. Have you tried yt?

My grandparents always call to let me know if there's anything on tv, or any articles in the paper, about them, so I never miss anything :)

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Nothing listed when searching in the Sky EPG and searching Channel 4's listing online only brings up yesterdays screening, nothing forthcoming. I'm sure Sky Movies will eventually screen it at 4:35am one morning.

Good system you have Emily with your grandparents calling you with notice of upcoming shows, films, articles etc.

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Yeah, it gets a little annoying when they're constantly sending you little cut-outs from the paper, but I try and remain calm and nice about it. Really though, what do I want a flimsy 0.5 inch picture of them for?

Old people are cute when their teeth fall out and things like that happen, but I sometimes wish I just weren't related to any. Is that really horrible? I think I sound a bit horrible :/

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^^^ Haha, I go to my Grandad's house (nearly) everyday and I always read the paper when I'm up there. One of the journalists has an obsession with Paul, I swear nearly every week there is an article about Paul or they put a random picture of him in. Good for my Beatles scrapbook though a-hard-days-night-george-10

Which reminds me, my parents have one of them cheap free-to-air satellite dishes so we can get the English channels. So here's a question do ye (British people) get the Irish channels i.e RTÉ1, RTÉ2, TV3, TG4?

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Umm... no, well I don't anyway. We don't even have Sky, though to be honest I'm not that bothered anyway. As long as I have the BBC channels and Channel4 I'm okay.

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ITV have decided to create an Irish ITV which I am against. TV3 already broadcasts enough crap as it, past 7pm it's mostly 'documentaries' about religious cults, drug lords, gang crime and travelers. Or sometimes a mixture of all 4, jolly good fun!...

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AppleScruffJunior said
ITV have decided to create an Irish ITV which I am against. TV3 already broadcasts enough crap as it, past 7pm it's mostly 'documentaries' about religious cults, drug lords, gang crime and travelers. Or sometimes a mixture of all 4, jolly good fun!...

Dunno what it's like over there but here ITV's a bit crap here, really. The only thing that's any good I can think of that's come from it is Downton Abbey which, though I'm not much of a fan myself, I recognise is watched all over the world now. That says a lot.

Hmmm.... perhaps we should get back stay-on-topic :D

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fabfouremily said

AppleScruffJunior said
ITV have decided to create an Irish ITV which I am against. TV3 already broadcasts enough crap as it, past 7pm it's mostly 'documentaries' about religious cults, drug lords, gang crime and travelers. Or sometimes a mixture of all 4, jolly good fun!...

Dunno what it's like over there but here ITV's a bit crap here, really. The only thing that's any good I can think of that's come from it is Downton Abbey which, though I'm not much of a fan myself, I recognise is watched all over the world now. That says a lot.

Hmmm.... perhaps we should get back stay-on-topic :D

Aside from old episodes of Inspector Morse, the odd Columbo and their football coverage (sound off as the coverage and commentary are dreadful) I don't watch ITV at all. I hate adverts and it seems to be full of z-list celebs doing crap things like diving (but thats where tv seems to be going, another example being Channel Four's upcoming series The Jump).

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Has anyone perhaps come across this film online? If so, please share the link.

I've been trying to find this film, but with little success. 

I am not sure if this video is shown in all regions. It begins at part two, so you miss the first 9 mins; however, there isn't much detail at the beginning anyways. This part picks up how they are making a plan to see The Beatles and all.

 

 

I thought this was a cute movie. I own it on the dvd.

27 January 2014
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Ooh, wish I coulda seen that (wish I lived in England), I haven't seen that in 20 years! The film that answers the question "Who is the youngest Beatle?" (It's George! No, it's Ringo!...actually, it's kinda both.) Plus the one-eyed barber, "Watch it - he's got a lamp! And it's lit!", a frustrated Ed Sullivan growling "Jesus Christ!" to his studio audience, and über-geek Eddie Deezen's outraged reply to being called a "little shithead!" ("Who you callin' 'little?'") This movie's a great companion to "A Hard Day's Night", really, focusing the attention on those anonymous screaming kids and the whole crazy scene surrounding Beatlemania.

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I finally watched this film and it presented the Beatlemania pretty well. It was all well fitted with the original Beatles footage, and the mimicking voices of them weren't all that bad. Although I was half-expecting for one of the 'Beatles' to pop up, some lookalike actor, in the end I was glad it didn't happen. It made the whole thing all the more realistic.

Thinking that stuff like that had probably happened quite often is an amusing and funny thought.

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WogBlog article on the movie.

In a similar vein, I'm doing a massive spring cleaning, and I came across my own copy of "One Crazy Night," which was an Australian film along the same lines. I'm a fan of Noah Taylor, so I had to have a copy.

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