The Beatles Anthology

Season 1 Episode 5

Episode 5 (August '65 to July '66)

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Nov 22, 1995 on ABC
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Episode 5 (August '65 to July '66)
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The Beatles move in new musical directions with the release of the Rubber Soul and Revolver albums.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The Beatles' performances in this episode (recordings and archival footage):
        "And Your Bird Can Sing", "Day Tripper", "Doctor Robert", "Drive My Car", "Got to Get You Into My Life", "Help!", "I'm Looking Through You", "In My Life", "Norwegian Wood", "Nowhere Man", "Paperback Writer", "Rain", "Run for Your Life", "She Said She Said", "She's a Woman", "Tomorrow Never Knows", "We Can Work It Out", "The Word", "Baby's in Black", "I Feel Fine", "I'm Down", "Yesterday", "From Me to You", "I Want to Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Yellow Submarine", "Love Me Do", "Please Please Me", "Taxman", "Rock and Roll Music", "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", and "Twist and Shout"

      • Other artists' performances in this episode (recordings and archival footage):
        Elvis Presley-"Hound Dog"
        Charlie Rich-"Mohair Sam"

    • QUOTES (1)

      • George Harrison (about the music videos the Beatles filmed): We thought, well, we can't go everywhere. We'll send these things out to promote the record. And obviously, like, these days, everyone does that. It's just part of your promotion for a single. So, I suppose in a way, we invented MTV.

    • NOTES (1)

      • The "Rain" and "Paperback Writer" videos that appear in this episode are the final versions filmed in 1966 by director Michael Lindsay-Hogg. The clip that features the greeting to Ed Sullivan was originally an accompaniment to the earlier videotaped versions of these songs.

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