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5 July 2014
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unclegilly
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LongHairedLady said
Okay I found some things: Love these ! 

 

 

5 July 2014
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mithveaen said
I saw it like 30 years ago, I have no memory of it, and I still avoid it.

I laughed when I read this post any reasons it hits such a sore spot mithveaen ?

5 July 2014
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^^ That's funny. When I was at the AHDN opener, a fellow volunteer asked me what other Beatle movies I recommended, and I told him this one is really entertaining as long as you know what you're getting into. I certainly enjoy it more than Help.

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5 July 2014
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Funny I was just looking for a MMT thread.  My dvr broke and I had to reprogram all my season passes and wishlists.  The first ones I put in, of course, were "George Harrison", "Paul McCartney", "John Lennon", "Ringo Starr", and "Beatles" (it will record anything that matches those words in title and/or description).  Imagine my delight when it recorded both MMT and "The Making of MMT" off pbs the first night!  (also The Last Waltz and Rockshow :) It was the first time I'd seen MMT (apparently it had been "lost" in the US for 30+ years after the original showing). 

I enjoyed the movie, of course I can enjoy pretty much anything the Beatles created.  It certainly wasn't the highlight of their career but it entertained me.  That said, I'm going to delete it after I watch "The Making of...".

I agree Your Mother Should Know was classic!  Straight out of a 30s Broadway musical. 

I'm sure some of you have seen the Monty Python movie Life of Brian?  There's that scene where they keep dumping food onto this large person's table until he...has had too much.  Maybe they got the idea from the MMT spaghetti scene? (speaking of which, in a series of disconnected scenes, I think that was the most disconnected)

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