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Has anyone ever seen paul mad (angry)?
16 November 2013
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breatle62
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Paul is the only beatle ive never seen angry at and interview.He always is very cordial,he never seems to loath the same old questions.Has anyone ever seen him angry? Ive got to admit he is the ultimate professional. Has anyone ever seen him even slightly annoyed.Now ringo ive seen angry, especailly when larry king kept mentioning his age.lol

16 November 2013
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I did see one video where he was being harassed by paparazzi.  He nicely asked them to bugger off and they didn't, and quite understandably he got kinda pissed off.  It would be easy to find on Youtube.

He does look angry in this gif, although I think they were just goofing around:

 

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

16 November 2013
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I bet Heather Mills saw him angry at least once.

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16 November 2013
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SatanHimself said
I bet Heather Mills saw him angry at least once.

May still to this day, but not in front of Beatrice.

 

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16 November 2013
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I've seen a couple of interviews from the 80s where he and Linda aren't suffering fools gladly. If I can find the YouTube links again, I'll post.

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16 November 2013
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Getting angry at the paparazzi

 

 

 

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16 November 2013
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Cretins for following Paul despite Paul asking numberous times for them to leave him along. Take your photo and piss off.

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16 November 2013
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meanmistermustard said
Cretins for following Paul despite Paul asking numberous times for them to leave him along. Take your photo and piss off.

I know. People just do not when to leave people alone.

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17 November 2013
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He's pretty calm.

 

He was interviewed on British TV once on the same show, but a few days after Heather had appeared.

 

His host mentioned that Heather had been in and, " had appeared unbalanced".

 

Paul just said, "Oh a couple of beer mats sorts that out!!"

17 November 2013
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He even handled his divorce very cordially (discreetly) the way it should be, somethings still should be private, whether its paul mccartney or one of us guys/gals ….

 

17 November 2013
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breatle62 said
He even handled his divorce very cordially (discreetly) the way it should be, somethings still should be private, whether its paul mccartney or one of us guys/gals ….

 

Well ,yeah. From Atlas and you, breatle62, he did stay calm and not go to a full rage mode. Then with his divorce, he held someyhings private. He really does not seem to be a real angry man. 

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17 November 2013
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I can't really picture what it would have looked like, but I instantly thought of that oft-cited instance where Ringo came round to Paul's to tell him the rest of the Beatles had voted to delay his first solo album in favour of Let It Be. Apparently that was the final straw – all the frustration and hurt he'd been suppressing with his usual McCartney diplomatic veneer spilled out and he really gave Ringo a piece of his mind. In the court case, Ringo's affidavit told of how "Paul went completely out of control, prodding his finger into my face and shouting 'I'll finish you! You'll pay!'"

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17 November 2013
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Ben Ramon said
I can't really picture what it would have looked like, but I instantly thought of that oft-cited instance where Ringo came round to Paul's to tell him the rest of the Beatles had voted to delay his first solo album in favour of Let It Be. Apparently that was the final straw – all the frustration and hurt he'd been suppressing with his usual McCartney diplomatic veneer spilled out and he really gave Ringo a piece of his mind. In the court case, Ringo's affidavit told of how "Paul went completely out of control, prodding his finger into my face and shouting 'I'll finish you! You'll pay!'"

I never knew Paul did that. I knew about the court and stuff, but, same as you, I can never picture that. Thanks for telling me that.

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17 November 2013
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Haven't had a chance to look for that interview, but there's this charming story from Howard Sounes' bio on Paul involving alcohol, David Blaine and the c-word while he was married to Heather. Not sure I believe it, but there you go.

parlance

 

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17 November 2013
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It was a very well-reported event at the time, with multiple sources. It happened in September 2003, around the 18th/19th. Exactly what happened is debated, but it certainly included the public sacking of his long-term publicist, Geoff Baker, as Paul stormed off, which Paul would tell reporters on the 20th as he left Cavendish Avenue was just a joke. The incident was considered serious enough that a police investigation was launched, though not pursued.

Just google "paul mccartney david blaine" and you'll find much of the coverage from the time.

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29 November 2013
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Is it sick that I would like to see him mad?  Maybe it's a power thing?  

 

Anyhooo…  here is Paul looking kinda mad:

You are welcome.  

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

7 December 2013
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Paul's not lookin' to happy here

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7 December 2013
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Annadog40 said

Paul's not lookin' to happy here

Have mercy! What put that look on his face?!?!

How about this story from 2008:

Sir Paul McCartney furious after his new eco-car is flown 7,000 miles from Japan.

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8 December 2013
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I have a clip where Paul seems pretty pissed:

 

8 December 2013
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At the very end of the clip a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 a woman appears in the video with a friend (black hair, bag over shoulder talking to a blonde haired lady); is she with Paul as she seems to close the car door and talk to Paul. Anybody know who she is? It got my attention.

Is it Nancy? It could be Nancy? It's Nancy isn't it?

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