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the project was lost amid the litigation surrounding the former Beatles ending their business ties with Klein.[46] In 1978, in an effort to produce Monty Python's Life of Brian, he and Denis O'Brien formed the production company HandMade Films.[47] Harrison financed the production of Life of Brian in part by mortgaging his home, which Eric Idle later called "the most anybody's ever paid for a cinema ticket in history".[48][49] Harrison would later produce Time Bandits (1981),[50] which featured a new song by Harrison, "Dream Away",[48] Mona Lisa (1986), Shanghai Surprise (1986), Withnail and I (1987)[44] and made cameo appearances in several of these films, including as a reporter in All You Need Is Cash and as a nightclub singer in Shanghai Surprise, for which he recorded five new songs.[51]
McCartney appeared in a cameo role in Peter Richardson's 1987 film Eat the Rich and released his own film Give My Regards to Broad Street in 1984 in which Starr co-starred as a fictionalised version of himself.[52] He also appeared in the 2017 film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.[53][54] Unmade films During the 1960s, there were many ideas pitched for films, but these were either rejected or else never saw the light of day; such projects included A Talent for Loving, a Western film written by Richard Condon; Shades of a Personality; film versions of The Lord of the Rings and The Three Musketeers starring the group (Richard Lester, who directed the group's first two films, went on to direct The Three Musketeers without the Beatles' involvement); and a script by playwright Joe Orton called Up Against It.[55] Robert Zemeckis was planning a remake of the film Yellow Submarine with motion capture technology but it was cancelled in 2011.[56]



Critical reception Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic A Hard Day's Night 98% (107 reviews)[57] 96 (24 reviews)[58][A] Help! 91% (22 reviews)[59] N/A Magical Mystery Tour 62% (12 reviews)[60] N/A Yellow Submarine 96% (47 reviews)[61] 79 (18 reviews)[62] Let It Be 75% (11 reviews)[63] N/A Average ratings 85% 87.5 A : Ratings for the 2000 re-release. Promotional films Main article: Music video 19601973: Promotional clips and others Starting with "Day Tripper" and "We Can Work It Out" in late 1965, the band filmed promotional clips for their singles to circumvent the industry norm of having to make numerous personal appearances on television shows.[64] They continued to make promotional clips for their non-album singles until 1969, the final being Harrison's "Something". The Beatles' promotional clips anticipated the music video[65][66][67] and the rise of MTV in the 1980s.[68] All of their promotional films were remastered and released on 1+ in 2015.[69] Song Year Director Description "Day Tripper" 1965 Joseph McGrath[70] The Beatles filmed three promotional clips for "Day Tripper" and "We Can Work It Out" at Twickenham Film Studios in south-west London on 23 November.[71][72] In all three for "We Can Work It Out", Lennon was seated at a harmonium.[73] The most frequently broadcast of the three was a straightforward performance piece with the group wearing black suits.[74] Another clip shows the group wearing the stage suits from their Shea Stadium performance.[73] The third clip opens with a still photograph of Lennon with a sunflower[75] in front of his eye.[76] "We Can Work It Out" "I Feel Fine" During the filming of "Day Tripper" and "We Can Work It Out", the Beatles filmed promotional films for previous singles "I Feel Fine", "Ticket to Ride" and "Help!" for inclusion in Top of the Pops' round-up of the biggest hits of 1965.[73] "Ticket to Ride" "Help!" "Rain" 1966 Michael Lindsay-Hogg[77] The Beatles created three promotional films for "Rain". One features the Beatles walking and singing in a garden and a greenhouse at Chiswick House in west London while the other two feature the band performing on a sound stage (filmed 19 May 1966, one in colour for The Ed Sullivan Show and the other in black and white for British television).[citation needed] "Paperback Writer" Four promotional films for "Paperback Writer" were shot on 19 and 20 May 1966. On the first day, they recorded a colour performance at EMI Studios, for The Ed Sullivan Show, and two black and white performance clips for British television. On 20 May, a second colour film was made at Chiswick House, which featured the Beatles miming to the song in and around the conservatory in the grounds of the house.[citation needed] "Strawberry Fields Forever" 1967 Peter Goldmann[78] The promotional film for "Strawberry Fields Forever" was filmed on 30 and 31 January 1967 at Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent.[79][80] Instead of a performance of the song, the clip relies on abstract imagery and features reverse film effects, stop motion animation, jump-cuts from day- to night-time, superimposition and close-up shots.[81] The Beatles are shown playing and later pouring paint over the upright piano; at one point, McCartney appears to leap from the ground onto a branch of the tree.[82][83] The clip presented the Beatles' with moustaches for the first time,[82] which sharply contrasted with the youthful "moptop" image of their touring years.[84] "Penny Lane" The promotional clip for "Penny Lane" was filmed in Liverpool,[85] Stratford,[82] and Knole Park[83] in early February 1967.[79][83] Like "Strawberry Fields Forever", it does not feature the band performing the song.[86] Instead, it features the number 86 bus to Penny Lane, the shelter on the roundabout, and a fireman riding a white horse,[87] the Beatles riding horses,[79] and the band dressed in matching red tunics arriving at a table set up in the park, bearing a large candelabra.[79][88] It closes with the members being presented with their musical instruments.[88] "Hello, Goodbye" Paul McCartney[89] The Beatles made three promotional clips for "Hello, Goodbye".[89] Filmed on 10 November 1967 at the Saville Theatre in London,[90] the first clip shows the Beatles dressed in their Sgt. Pepper uniforms,[91] apart from a brief cut-away where the group are wearing their 1963-era matching collarless suits.[92] In author John Winn's description of the three clips, this version shows the Beatles performing the song against a psychedelic backdrop, while over the coda they are joined on the stage by female hula dancers. Starr is seen playing a miniature drum kit and, unusually, Lennon appears without his granny glasses. In the second clip, the Beatles mime to the song dressed in more conventional attire and with the stage backdrop depicting a rural setting. The third version combines footage shot during these two scenes with the band playing the song before what Winn terms a "glittery pastel backdrop".[92] "Lady Madonna" 1968 Tony Bramwell[93] Two promotional films were made for "Lady Madonna".[94] Filmed at EMI Studios on 11 February 1968, the footage consisted of the Beatles recording Lennon's "Hey Bulldog",[95] which they supplied United Artists for use in the Yellow Submarine animated film.[95] Little attempt was made to marry up the footage of the Beatles' playing and singing with the audio of "Lady Madonna"; in the second of the two clips, Harrison is shown eating a plate of beans, while both clips show Starr listening to a playback and the Beatles playing alternative instruments from those heard on the song.[94] In 1999, the footage was re-edited by Apple to create a new clip for "Hey Bulldog", to help promote the reissue of the Yellow Submarine film.[96] "Hey Jude" Michael Lindsay-Hogg[77][97] The promotional clip for "Hey Jude" features the Beatles performing the song live in front of a controlled audience.[98] It was shot at Twickenham Film Studios on 4 September 1968.[99] In the clip, the Beatles are first seen by themselves, performing the initial chorus and verses, before the audience moves forward and joins them in singing the coda.[100] The band sung live but otherwise performed to a backing track.[97] "Revolution" The promotional clip for "Revolution", like "Hey Jude", was shot at Twickenham Film Studios on 4 September 1968.[97] Two finished clips of "Revolution" were produced, with only lighting differences and other minor variations.[101] In them, the Beatles sang the vocals live over the pre-recorded instrumental track from the single version.[102] Their vocals included elements from "Revolution 1":[103] McCartney and Harrison sang the "shoo-bee-doo-wap" backing vocals,[104] and Lennon sang "count me out in".[105] "Something" 1969 Neil Aspinall[106] The promotional clip for "Something" was shot in late October 1969, not long after Lennon privately announced that he was leaving the band. By this time, the individual Beatles had grown apart, so the film consisted of separate clips of each Beatle walking around his home, accompanied by his wife, edited together.[107] Harrison's segment shows him and Boyd together in the garden at Kinfauns; Winn comments on the attractiveness of all the wives in contrast to the unkempt appearance of McCartney, who had sunk into depression at the realisation that the Beatles were over.[107] The four segments were edited and compiled into a single film clip by Neil Aspinall.[106] Documentaries The Beatles have been the subject of a number of documentary films. Song Year Director Description The Beatles in Australia 1964 Warwick Freeman A documentary that follows the Beatles' 1964 tour of Australia Around the Beatles Rita Gillespie A television film featuring the Beatles performing at Wembley Park Studios in London on 28 April 1964. What's Happening! The Beatles in the U.S.A. Albert and David Maysles A documentary film about the Beatles' first visit to the US in February 1964. The Beatles at Shea Stadium 1965 Bob Precht A 50-minute long documentary about the Beatles' concert at Shea Stadium in New York City on 15 August 1965 The Beatles in Japan 1966 A television special featuring the Beatles performing in Japan during their 1966 tour. A Salute to the Beatles: Once upon a Time 1975 David Frost (presenter) A television special chronicling the career of the Beatles from their popularity in Liverpool in the early 1960s, through the era of Beatlemania and unprecedented commercial success and cultural influence, to the band's demise amid the business problems surrounding their Apple Corps enterprise.[108] The Compleat Beatles 1982 Patrick Montgomery A documentary film chronicling the career of the Beatles, from pre-fame to the breakup. It was narrated by Malcolm McDowell.[109] It Was Twenty Years Ago Today 1987 John Sheppard A television film about the 1967 Summer of Love and presents Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band as the central factor behind the events and scenes that led to the full emergence of the 1960s counterculture.[110] The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit 1990 Albert and David Maysles A re-edited version of What's Happening! The Beatles in the U.S.A. The Beatles Anthology 1995 Geoff Wonfor and Bob Smeaton An eight-part television miniseries about the career of the Beatles, featuring interviews, archive footage and performances.[111][112] All Together Now 2008 Adrian Wills A documentary film that chronicles the making of the Beatles and Cirque du Soleil collaboration project Love.[113][114] How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin 2009 Leslie Woodhead A television film that tells the story of the Beatles' effect on the Soviet Union.[115] Good Ol' Freda 2013 Ryan White A documentary film about Freda Kelly, secretary of Brian Epstein and the Beatles Fan Club, about her life near to the Fab Four for 11 years.[116][117] The Beatles: Eight Days a Week 2016 Ron Howard A documentary film that follows the group's career during their touring years from 1962 to 1966, from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966.[118] How the Beatles Changed the World 2017 Tom O'Dell A documentary about the history of the Beatles and their influence on everything from music, art, and culture to fashion and politics.[119] John & Yoko: Above Us Only Sky 2018 Michael Epstein A documentary telling the untold story of John Lennon's 1971 album Imagine, exploring the creative collaboration between Lennon and Yoko Ono and featuring interviews and never-seen-before footage


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