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Omg I love this movie! Here's the opening to the 1965 movie Help! Starring The Beatles of course 😊 (no mean comments though about more Kawaii Dubs! I'm working on them ok!) I like vhs and dvd openings on YouTube so I kinda upload some here but anyways. 1. FBI warning 2.Menu (music: Help by The Beatles of course, I don't the song it belongs to its respectful owners! So don't block my video I'm only a young teen!) 3. The start of the movie (Note: I don't own the song or movie it belongs to its respectful owners!)
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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Let It Be (Remastered 2009) · The Beatles Let It Be ℗ 2009 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) Released on: 1970-05-08 Producer: Phil Spector Composer Lyricist: John Lennon Composer Lyricist: Paul McCartney Auto-generated by YouTube.
The Beatles 1 Video Collection is Out Now. Get your copy here: http://thebeatles1.lnk.to/DeluxeBluRay “When you talk about destruction, don’t you know that you can count me out" “I did the slow version and I wanted it out as a single: as a statement of The Beatles’ position on Vietnam and The Beatles’ position on revolution. For years, on The Beatles’ tours, Brian Epstein had stopped us from saying anything about Vietnam or the war.” - John Lennon. “Plugging directly into the Abbey Road desk and pushing the needles into the red achieved the fuzz-guitar sound. According to George Martin “We got into distortion on that, which we had a lot of complaints from the technical people about. But that was the idea: it was John’s song and the idea was to push it right to the limit. Well, we went to the limit and beyond.” “Revolution" was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and filmed on the 4th September 1968 at Twickenham Film Studios. “Don’t you know it’s gonna be all right” You can find out more and pre-order at http://www.thebeatles.com Official site: http://www.thebeatles.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebeatles/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeatles Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebeatles Music video by The Beatles performing Revolution. (C) 2015 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) / Apple Films Ltd.
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They did it the unusual way, so here's the order: 1. Warning (UK version) 2. FBI Warning 3. Apple Corps logo 4. Blu-ray menu 5. First few seconds of programme That's all I own nothing
The Beatles 1 Video Collection is Out Now. Get your copy here: http://thebeatles1.lnk.to/DeluxeBluRay "In We Can Work It Out, Paul did the first half, I did the middle eight. But you've got Paul writing, 'We can work it out, we can work it out' - real optimistic, y'know, and me impatient, 'Life is very short and there's no time for fussing and fighting my friend'." (John Lennon) 'We Can Work It Out' became The Beatles' sixth single in a row to top the US charts. At the time, no other band had achieved such success. The track took over 11 hours to perfect - up to this point, that was the longest period The Beatles had spent in the studio on a single song. At Twickenham Film Studios, a little over three weeks after the single was recorded, The Beatles made three separate promo films for 'We Can Work It Out'. Like all the other films shot that day, the medium was two-inch black and white videotape, a relatively new format for the time. Many TV stations, however, weren't set up for videotape, so 16mm copies were made for distribution worldwide. You can find out more and pre-order at http://www.thebeatles.com Official site: http://www.thebeatles.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebeatles/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeatles Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebeatles