A Hard Day's Night: Collector's Series

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Released 1964

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A Hard Day's Night: Collector's Series

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Director:
Richard Lester
Released:
1964
Rating:
G
A Hard Day's Night: Collector Series is the Beatles first movie, a comedy widely regarded as director Richard Lester's best film. A Hard Day's Night brings a typical day in the life of the Beatles to the screen, showing the often crazy lifestyle led by the band. Released during the Beatlemania craze, the film stars John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. The film's tongue-in-cheek look at The Beatles sees the boys travelling from Liverpool to London for a television appearance. Along the way the band deals with frenzied fans, as well as adventures with Paul's seriously funny grandfather, played by Wilfred Brambell. Their comedic misadventures have Ringo landing in jail, John staring down a frazzled television executive and George auditioning for a part in a teen-oriented show. The film features plenty of Beatles music including "Can't Buy Me Love," "I Should Have Known Better," "Tell Me Why" and "And I Love Her." This special collector series is presented in remastered, remixed widescreen format.moreless
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