Comedian Peter Serafinowicz will provide the voice of Paul McCartney in Robert Zemeckis’ new version of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine film.
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Recently-discovered rare film footage of The Beatles in Kansas City during their first US tour in 1964 fetched £4,100 ($6,600) at auction on Tuesday 4 November.
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.
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 Beatles’ work on their second feature film Help! ended on this day, with some extra audio recording at Twickenham Film Studios.
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.
Following their three-day shoot on Salisbury Plain for Help!, The Beatles returned to Twickenham Film Studios, where much of the film had previously been completed.
This was the last day of The Beatles’ three-day shoot for Help! on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
The second day of location filming on Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire involved work on several scenes for Help!, The Beatles’ second feature film.
The Beatles’ three-day shoot on Salisbury Plain began on this day at Knighton Down in Larkhill, Wiltshire.
The scene in Help! in which an Asprey’s jeweller, played by Peter Copley, examines the ring stuck on Ringo Starr‘s finger, was filmed on this day at Twickenham Film Studios.
The Beatles were once again at Twickenham Film Studios on this day, to re-shoot the scene in Help! in which a night club hand drier sucks excessively in an attempt to steal Ringo Starr‘s ring.
The unused scene for Help! featuring Frankie Howerd and Wendy Richard was completed on this morning. Prior work had taken place on 22 and 23 April.
Two scenes for Help! were filmed on this day at Twickenham Film Studios. In the first The Beatles donned disguises – including an early outing for John Lennon in granny glasses and long hair – in an airport terminal as they waited to fly to the Bahamas.
The exterior shots of the Help! scene in which The Beatles sought refuge in a London pub were filmed on this day.
Filming of the unused drama school scene for The Beatles’ Help!, featuring Frankie Howerd and Wendy Richard, continued on this day. Work on it had begun on the previous day, and it was completed on 28 April.
The Beatles were at Twickenham Film Studios on this day for a performance of the title track of their second feature film, Help!