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фильм a hard days night

Тема: Битлз - A Hard Day's Night (1964)

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Автор: kakado   Дата: 08.01.04 11:12:40   
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Это одна из лучших кинокомедий, которые я видел. Но действительно все зависит от перевода.
Я в этот раз по телефизору его не смотрел, но судя по реакции большинства, действительно перевод из ряда вон плохой.

Помню, когда мы смотрели Hard day's night в бахрушинском музее, мы все апладировали стоя по окончании. Но тогда его переводили люди, которые одновременно а) хорошо знали английский б) любили beatles, и с) НЕ ПОЗВОЛЯЛИ СЕБЕ ХАЛТУРИТЬ

К слову вропрос к ALL нет ли у кого подстрочного текста к этому фильму на английском?
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Монстр66   Дата: 08.01.04 11:24:58   
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Только что же обсуждали этот момент... Да, понедельник...
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 07.07.04 15:29:50   
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July 6, 2004 -- Ireland Online

McCartney takes trip down memory lane

Paul McCartney took a trip down memory lane today to mark the 40th anniversary of the Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night."

The star was reunited with cast and crew from the movie at a special screening in London.

And he was visibly moved to see himself and his former band mates on the big screen again ­ the first time he had watched the film from beginning to end since its world premiere in 1964.

"It's lovely to see you all here again," he told the audience. "The film looks so great and as if it was just yesterday ­ but it wasn't."

McCartney, 62, watched the black and white film with wife, Heather. It was released before the 36-year-old former model was born and she had never seen it before.

"Heather has never seen it full-length, we have just seen bits and pieces," Sir Paul explained. He added, "Yes, it takes me back, it's great seeing it again. It's very sad that George and John aren't around to see it."

"A Hard Day's Night" followed a day in the life of the group at the height of Beatlemania.

They had a series of adventures as they prepared for a TV appearance, all the while trying to keep Paul's mischief-making grandfather (Wilfrid Brambell) out of trouble.

Cast members attending today's exclusive screening in central London included Victor Spinetti, who played the neurotic TV director; John Junkin, who played junior road manager Shake; and David Janson, who played the young boy who befriends Ringo.

The film was an instant hit on its release and propelled the Liverpool group to even greater fame. It features 12 Beatles hits, including the No. 1s - "Can't Buy Me Love," "She Loves You" and "A Hard Day's Night."

To mark the 40th anniversary, the film is to be released on DVD with rare and new footage.
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Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 08.07.04 09:14:18   
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Paul McCartney walks down memory lanePaul McCartney walks down memory lane
Reunited with ‘Hard Day’s Night’ crew

(photo: Sir Paul McCartney leaves the Sony Theatre in London's Golden Square following a special screening of the 1964 Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night." It is the 40th anniversary of the Beatles movie.)

The Associated Press

July 06, 2004LONDON - Paul McCartney celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Beatles movie “A Hard Day’s Night” at a private screening.

McCartney was reunited Tuesday with the cast and crew of the 1964 film, which shows the Beatles navigating a series of adventures as they prepare for a TV appearance.

“A Hard Day’s Night” was an instant success upon release, bringing the young Liverpool natives — McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr — even greater fame.

The film was released internationally this week on DVD, with additional rare footage of the foursome.

McCartney, 62, said he hadn’t seen the movie since its release.

“Yes, it takes me back. It’s great seeing it again,” he said, noting that “it’s very sad that George and John aren’t around to see it.”

Lennon was gunned down outside his New York City apartment building in 1980. Harrison died of cancer in 2001.

McCartney enjoyed the black-and-white film tribute to 1960s Beatlemania with his 36-year-old wife, Heather.

“Heather has never seen it full-length. We have just seen bits and pieces,” he said.

The film features 12 Beatles hits, including “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “She Loves You” and “A Hard Day’s Night.”
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Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 08.07.04 09:15:53   
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Macca Marks "Hard Day's Night" At 40

(07/07/04) -- Sir Paul McCartney celebrated the 40th anniversary of the film A Hard Day's Night at a special screening Tuesday. The movie was released internationally this week on DVD. McCartney attended the film-tribute to 1960s Beatlemania with his wife, Heather. "Heather has never seen it full-length. We have just seen bits and pieces," he said. McCartney said he hadn't seen the movie since its 1964 release. The rocker was also reunited with the cast and crew of the film, which showed the Beatles going through a series of adventures as they prepare for a TV appearance. "Yes, it takes me back. It's great seeing it again," McCartney said, adding that "it's very sad that George and John aren't around to see it." The DVD is available in local stores.
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Corvin   Дата: 14.07.04 13:23:21   
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We received a couple of emails about the references in the stories of Paul's seeing AHDN to the DVD being reissued with new footage. Those statements were incorrect: The DVD is not being re-done: The price was changed in the UK and the DVD was given a new push to coincide with the screening for Paul.

http://abbeyrd.best.vwh.net/news/708paulahdn.html
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Автор: Corvin   Дата: 14.07.04 13:25:26   
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Еще по поводу AHDN:
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Rave HD To Serve As Home To The North American HD Premiere Of The Montreux Jazz Festival And World Premiere Of A Hard Day's Night In HD

Montreux Jazz Festival Programming To Debut July 23rd And A Hard Day's Night To Premiere August 7th

JERICHO, NY, July 12, 2004 - One of the music industry's most prestigious global events and one of the world's all-time favorite bands will share the same stage this summer as RAVE HD - the leading 24/7 high-definition music channel - airs the North American HD debut of the Montreux Jazz Festival and the world high-definition premiere of The Beatles first film, A Hard Day's Night. These two unprecedented events headline RAVE HD's rockin' summer line-up available exclusively on VOOM, the first comprehensive high-definition satellite television service.

A true HD experience for your eyes and ears, the Montreux Jazz Festival has been captured in high-definition since 1991. However, North American viewers have not had access to see these legendary music performances - until now. Over the past 13 years, the Montreux Jazz Festival has attracted the music industry's elite artists including: Miles Davis, Ray Charles, Elvis Costello, The Moody Blues, B.B. King Blues Band, Sting, Joe Cocker, Annie Lennox, Gladys Knight, Robert Plant, Angie Stone, Garbage, Me'Shell Ndegйocello and Carlos Santana. RAVE HD will kick off its extensive Montreux Jazz Festival programming on July 23rd with coverage of the 2003 extravaganza featuring Radiohead, Bonnie Raitt, Morcheeba, Van Morrison, The Crusaders, and Jamiroquai. The Montreux programming was acquired by RAVE HD through an agreement with Eagle Rock Entertainment and Montreux Sounds. Terry Shand and Geoff Kempin from Eagle Vision worked closely with Montreux's founder Claude Nobs to make this HD footage available.

A Hard Day's Night makes its world high-definition premiere coinciding with the film's 40th anniversary and will mark RAVE HD's first movie event. The celebrated mockumentary, chronicling the adventures of the Fab Four during the height of Beatlemania, has now been preserved in its most pristine format with this latest digital restoration and transfer to high-definition. Debuting August 7th at 9:00pm, the HD version of A Hard Day's Night will bring John, Paul, George and Ringo to life like never before and introduce a new generation of fans to the magic of The Beatles.

According to Nora Ryan, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Rainbow Media Holdings LLC, "We are committed to making RAVE HD the venue to experience the best of the music world, in the most advanced visual and audio technology available. The 5.1 dolby surround sound plus the clarity of high-definition lets viewers see the craze of Beatlemania and hear the sounds of Montreux Jazz in their purest form, right in their living rooms."

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http://abbeyrd.best.vwh.net/news/714ahdnhd.html
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Из недавнего интервью с Филлом Коллинзом
Автор: Sweet Little Queen XIII   Дата: 25.08.04 12:42:06   
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Q: As a 13-year-old, you were in the classic Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night."

A: I was in the concert sequence, in the audience. A bunch of us from school were bused to this West End theater, but we weren't told why. When the Beatles came out on stage, we naturally just did what we did. I was listening, but my friends were all screaming. We knew it was important, and we later saw it 20 times in cinemas when it came out in 1964. Years later (in 1994), I got to narrate "The Making of 'A Hard Day's Night"' (now on DVD), and I freeze-framed the shots of me in the audience. In fact, I circled my head just to prove I was really there.
Все интервью вот тут:
http://u.redlandsdailyfacts.com/Stories/0,1413,217~24270~2353898,00.html
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 10.05.05 14:35:20   
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Beatle's 'no' put animated film on ice
May 9, 2005


They loved it -- yeah, yeah, yeah and nah. It seems that only some of the Beatles loved the wacky idea of an animated penguin flick based on "A Hard Day's Night," which had been in development at DreamWorks.

The film was to be called "Rocumentary," and it starred four penguins from Antarctica who become the biggest rock band in the world. "It was a film about this obscure band featuring four penguins who live in a far-off place and are discovered because they have such a great sound. No one even mentions that they're penguins," says the film's producer, Mireille Soria.

Then came the hard part. Would the Beatles cooperate and allow the filmmakers the music rights?

"You'd be surprised who cooperated," Soria says. "Yoko said yes. Ringo said yes. Paul even said yes. We were thrilled. We had three out of four.

But, by George, they didn't get their film green-lit.

"George was still alive when we were developing this movie, and he said no. George said he was a big fan of animation," Soria says.

Maybe he wasn't a big fan of penguins? "We don't know why, but George said no," a sad Soria says.

"We thought about changing the project to the Rolling Stones," Soria says, adding that the film is on hold for now.

http://www.suntimes.com/output/movies/cst-ftr-beatle09.html
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"A HARD DAY`S NIGHT"
Автор: John-Paul-Ringo-George   Дата: 10.02.06 13:21:01   
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Посмотрел этот фильм.1963 год.Начало взлёта "Битлз".Фильм чёрно-белый.Ничего особенного,да и сюжет незамысловатый.
Конечно,песни -главное в фильме.И ещё что-то типа пресс-конференции битлов.Их ответы на вопросы.
Вроде бы,ничего особенного,но есть какая-то магия в "Битлз".


Это сообщение было перемещено из темы ""A HARD DAY`S NIGHT"".
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Marta   Дата: 10.02.06 14:37:28   
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Есть какая-то магия? Да что вы!
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: gnus13   Дата: 10.02.06 15:49:07   
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Единственный достойный внимания игровой фильм с участием Битлз. Хелп рядом не валялся. Немного жаль что ЧБ:( Есть в этом свой колорит конечно, но... Может его когда-нибудь расскрасят. Было бы забавно посмотреть.
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: cool girl   Дата: 10.02.06 16:37:00   
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2gnus13:
>Может его когда-нибудь расскрасят

не надо красить!!! если все красить начнут, то, может, битломаны раскрасят нормально (может быть), а что сделают НЕбитломаны?!?!?;))))
А вааще, прикольный фильм, забавный даже, есть, что процитировать!..;)))
А я думала, что у меня с моим англ-м что-то не в порядке, что не фсе понимаю, а оказыцца, я не одна!..;)))
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: gnus13   Дата: 10.02.06 16:39:53   
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2cool girl:

>может, битломаны раскрасят нормально (может быть),
>а что сделают НЕбитломаны?!?!?;))))

Расскрашивайте, прошу: https://www.beatles.ru/postman/forum_messages.asp...sg_id=11290&cpage=4&forum_id=0&cmode=1
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Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 02.08.06 09:38:35   
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Turn Left At GreenlandTurn Left At Greenland
Or How The Beatles Came To America
by Bruce Spizer, Beatles author and historian

In the Marx Brothers film A Night at the Opera, Chico, Harpo and a lovesick tenor hide in Groucho's steamer trunk as stowaways on a vessel heading to America. As part of their ploy to get off the ship upon docking in New York, the stowaways pose as a trio of famous European aviators, with Groucho serving as their interpreter. The plan starts to fall apart when they are called upon to tell of their heroic adventures before a crowd of admirers and the press. Chico gives the story of how they flew to America:

"The first time we started we get-a half-way across when we run out of gasoline and we gotta go back. Then I take-a twice as much gasoline. This time we just about to land, maybe three feet, then what do you think? We run out of gasoline again. And back we go again to get more gas. This time I take-a plenty gas. Well we get-a half way over and what do you think happened? We forgot-a the airplane. So we gotta sit down and talk it over. Then I get-a the great idea. We no take-a the gasoline, we no take-a the airplane. We take-a the steamship. And that, friends, is how we fly across the ocean."

In the Beatles film A Hard Day's Night, the boys find themselves facing a litany of anxious reporters and photographers. When asked, "How did you find America?," John replies, "Turn left at Greenland."

The story of how the Beatles came to America is not quite as convoluted as Chico Marx's explanation, but it is much more complex than turning left at Greenland. And, like any legendary tale, myths have crept in to distort what really happened. While memories fade and embellishments abound as time moves on, we move further and further away from the truth of what really happened. The same misinformation is told over and over again. People believe it's true because it's in almost every book With apologies to Chico Marx, here is how many books tell the story.

"Sid-a Bernstein, he read-a the British papers as part of class he's a-taking in New York. In late 1962, he read-a about this group of long-haired kids, that they're causing a commotion. They're a phenomenon. Every week, he read-a more about this group, the Beatles. At the time, they gotta no records released in America. Nobody knows who they are. But Sid, he wants to bring them to America, but gotta no way to contact them. Then one day in Spring, 1963, he's a-havin' lunch, and what do you think happened? He sees a promotion man named Bud, who says he's a-just begin a-working for Brian Epstein, the manager of the Beatles."

"Well Sid, he puts in a call to Epstein and says he wants to bring-a the Beatles to America. But Brian, he wanna know why. No one knows who his-a boys are in America. And where would they play? So Sid says 'Carnegie Hall,' and Mr. Epstein, he becomes interested."

"But Mr. Epstein, he gotta a problem. Macca told him that the Beatles no go to America until they get-a a number one hit. But at this time, they don't even have a record out in America, much less a number one. So he tells Sid they got a deal to play Carnegie Hall if-a his boys get-a that number one hit. They look at the calendar and Sid, he picks-a Lincoln's birthday for the show, nearly a year away."

"Meanwhile, the Beatles, they finally get-a some records out in America. 'Introducing The Beatles,' it-a comes out in July, 1963. But what do you think happened? Nobody knows it's-a been released. It no make-a the charts. It no get-a any radio airplay. It no sell any copies."

"As for Sid, he waits and a-hopes the Beatles get-a their hit. Then what do you think happened? Capitol Records, they release 'I Want To Hold-a Your Hand,' and it-a tops the charts. Number one smash. So the Beatles, who are a-playing in Paris in January, 1964, they tell-a Epstein they'll-a go to America because they have a number one hit. And Ed Sullivan, he decides to book-a the Beatles on his show because they're already gonna be in New York to play-a Carnegie Hall on-a February 12. And so, on-a February 7, 1964, the Beatles plane, it lands at Idlewild Airport, later to be renamed for President Kennedy. And the Beatles, they get-a off the plane, and there gotta be ten thousand screaming girls a-greatin' them. They drive-a to the Plaza Hotel, play Sullivan's show and do their concert at Carnegie Hall. And that, friends, is how the Beatles came to America."

The above story contains three significant bits of misinformation embedded in Beatles lore: "Introducing The Beatles" came out in July, 1963; the Beatles vowed they would not come to America until they had a number one hit; and Sid Bernstein brought the Beatles to America. Here is the truth.

"Introducing the Beatles" was issued by Vee-Jay Records on January 10, 1964. The album was scheduled for release in the summer of 1963, but Vee-Jay encountered severe cash flow problems because its president, Ewart Abner, used company money to pay off a few hundred thousand dollars of personal gambling debts. No new albums were issued by Vee-Jay that summer because the company did not have the money to do so.

Vee-Jay corporate documents show that no royalties accrued on the songs on "Introducing The Beatles" during 1963 and that no copies of the album were sold or manufactured in 1963. The Vee-Jay brackets logo that appears on the first run back covers to the album was not used until the fall of 1963. Minutes from the monthly Vee-Jay Board of Directors meetings make no mention of the Beatles until January 7, 1964, when it is reported that a Beatles album was being manufactured and could be out on the streets by Friday (January 10).
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Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 02.08.06 09:39:08   
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So why does nearly every Beatles book list July, 1963 as the release date of the album? This date first appeared in the 1975 book All Together Now, the First Complete Beatles Discography 1961-1975 by Harry Castleman and Walter J. Podrazik. This excellent book's title says it all. It was the first complete Beatles discography. Most of the information in the book is correct, but the authors did not have access to Vee-Jay documents when they wrote the book. They noticed that Introducing The Beatles discs have either 6-28-63 or 6-29-63 etched in their trail off areas, indicating that the album was mastered on those dates. They assumed that the record came out the following month and showed July, 1963, as the album's release date.So why does nearly every Beatles book list July, 1963 as the release date of the album? This date first appeared in the 1975 book "All Together Now, the First Complete Beatles Discography 1961-1975" by Harry Castleman and Walter J. Podrazik. This excellent book's title says it all. It was the first complete Beatles discography. Most of the information in the book is correct, but the authors did not have access to Vee-Jay documents when they wrote the book. They noticed that "Introducing The Beatles" discs have either "6-28-63" or "6-29-63" etched in their trail off areas, indicating that the album was mastered on those dates. They assumed that the record came out the following month and showed July, 1963, as the album's release date.

This incorrect date was copied into numerous later books and went unchallenged until my 1998 book "The Beatles Records on Vee-Jay." Blessed with access to Vee-Jay documents from 1963 and 1964, I was able to determine that the album was not released until January 10, 1964. Although my book has been out for several years, many of the Beatles books published after my book still show the album's release date as July, 1963.

Should we blame Harry Castleman and Wally Podrazik for this? Of course not. They made a logical guess as to when the album was released based upon the only evidence available at the time. Their book is a classic. They were trailblazers. But there is no excuse for the post-1998 books continuing with the incorrect date. It's just lazy research. The truth is out there.

The story that the Beatles vowed they would not come to America until they had a number one hit has been part of Beatles lore from the very beginning. It appears in tons of Beatles books, articles and television shows. Paul McCartney maintains that he and John told Brian, "We're not going to America till we've got a number one record." But Brian Epstein, in November, 1963, committed the Beatles to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" on February 9 and 16, 1964. At the time the agreement was made, the Beatles not only didn't have a number one hit, but hadn't even cracked the "Billboard Hot 100." As it turned out, when the Beatle arrived in America on February 7, 1964, "I Want To Hold Your Hand" was topping the charts. And that has fueled the myth. But the fact remains that when the group was committed to coming to America, they had not even had a minor hit in America.

So is Paul McCartney a liar? Of course not. Paul explains that the reason the group didn't want to go to America until they had a hit was based on what had happened to other British stars who came to America without an American hit record. Popular British acts such as Cliff Richard and Adam Faith had gone to America, only to be placed third or fourth on a bill behind people such as Frankie Avalon and Fabian, who were artists the Beatles didn't respect. The Beatles viewed such a trip to America as a downward step.

Brian understood the basic idea that he should not book the Beatles on a tour of America until they were in a position to headline. He didn't want his boys second on a bill to anyone or to see them play half-empty venues in America. But "The Ed Sullivan Show" was a different matter. Brian knew the exposure would be tremendous and he pushed to get the group top billing. True to the plan, he didn't commit to concerts at Carnegie Hall and the Washington Coliseum until after "I Want To Hold Your Hand" was number one in America. But the Beatles would have come to America to play "The Ed Sullivan Show" whether or not they had a hit.

Sid Bernstein has often been dubbed as the man who brought the Beatles to America, but that is not an accurate statement. At the time Sid booked Carnegie Hall for the Beatles February 12, 1964 concert, the Beatles had already committed to playing "The Ed Sullivan Show." The facts show that Sid did not even call Brian Epstein until after Epstein's November, 1963 visit to New York. By Sid's own account, he got Epstein's phone number from Bud Hellawell. Brian didn't hire Bud until his New York visit. It was during this visit that Ed Sullivan booked the Beatles to appear on his show.

Should there be any doubt as to who was first, Ed or Sid, the most telling statement comes from Sid himself in an interview made on the night on the Carnegie Hall concert. "At college, I was a political science major, so for about ten or twelve years I've been reading the British papers. I kept reading about the Beatles and then when Sullivan had them signed I got Epstein's number." (See "The Real True Beatles" by Michael Braun, 1964, Fawcett Publications, page 88.)

So Sid wasn't the man who brought the Beatles to America. Ed Sullivan was first. But does that mean Sid Bernstein isn't an important part of Beatles history? Of course not. Sid Bernstein booked the Beatles into Carnegie Hall, one of the world's most prestigious venues, giving the group instant credibility. He later booked the Beatles into Shea Stadium, proving that popular bands could fill large venues. His bold move forever changed the face of touring by rock bands. There is no need to falsely embellish Sid's accomplishments. Carnegie Hall and Shea Stadium are enough to ensure his immortality. Dick Clark was right on target when he called Sid "one of the good guys." Sir Paul McCartney said it all, "Sid Bernstein is a wonderful person who was instrumental in introducing the Beatles to America."

Does any of the above really matter? It does to Beatles fans. While we may laugh when John says "Turn left at Greenland," we want to know the truth behind how and why the Beatles came to America. We don't need myths and embellishments when what really happened is fascinating enough. If I had written "The Beatles Are Coming! The Birth of Beatlemania in America" as a work of fiction, people would have said "It never could have happened that way." But it did. And the world was changed forever.
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Primal Scream   Дата: 08.10.06 11:26:29   
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Фильм A Hard Day's Night вошел в список 100 фильмов, изменивших историю кино, в справочнике Radio Times Guide to Films 2007. Фильм назван первым поп-видео.Фильм "A Hard Day's Night" вошел в список 100 фильмов, изменивших историю кино, в справочнике "Radio Times Guide to Films 2007". Фильм назван "первым поп-видео".
Также среди новых пунктов в списке порнофильм 1972 г. "Глубокая глотка", фильм Энди Уорхола "Девушки Челси", а из более недавних "Шрек" (2001) и "Горбатая гора" (2005).
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Lya-Lya   Дата: 29.11.06 10:10:18   
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О,мой бог!
Я на OZONE заказала себе 2 фильма - "A Hard Day's night" и "Help".Седня всю ночь смотрела: сначала на русском по очереди,потом все приложения,потом на английском.Блин!!!Это так....!!!Так офигительно!!!!!Я просто!!!!В восторге диком!!!!!
Они такие прикольные!!!Такие смешные!!!!Такие такие клевые!!!!!!!
Я так и думала,что Ринго офигенный,а он оказался супер офигенным!!!
Зайки все!

Приколы Джона можно записывать.
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: Pavil   Дата: 09.02.08 20:10:47   
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Сейчас модно из полнометражных фильмов делать сериалы. Представляю какой бы получился A Hard Day's Night в таком случае!
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Re: фильм a hard days night
Автор: BloodyPanther   Дата: 10.02.08 11:46:20   
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Я a hard day's night смотрела на английском,поэтому поняла далеко не все...Но фильм конечно классный,ребята жгут!
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