The Beatles

Season 1 Episode 25

Please Please Me/There's A Place

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Mar 12, 1966 on ABC
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Please Please Me/There's A Place
Please Please Me: While in Spain, the Beatles decide to go out and have a picnic. A bull mistakes Ringo for a matador; Ringo mistakes the bull for John and Paul in a cheesy costume. The bull chases Ringo, hits a tree and gets knocked out... leaving no bull for the upcoming bull fight. The Beatles end up in the ring- ole! SINGALONGS: Roll Over Beethoven & Rock and Roll Music There's A Place: The Beatles are rehearsing for a television appearance but are having difficulty due to an ape in a cage. John sets the ape free, only to find out that it the ape is a super genius, and as always mayhem and mischief ensues.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When the Beatles first arrive at the TV studio in THERE'S A PLACE, the studio backdrop is labeled "The Beatles Show". When they take the stage to perform their song, it says "The Beatle Show."

      • When the ape in THERE'S A PLACE approaches the Computer Center, the first word is mispelled 'Computor'.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (From Please Please Me)
        Ringo: What happened chaps?
        Paul: You went and knocked out this man's prize bull.
        Ringo: Oh, well have you tried artificial perspiration? (Laughs) yeah!

      • (From Please Please Me)
        Bull Owner: It's too late, the bull fight starts in one hour.
        John: Hold it mate. Me and Paul will rent a bull costume and pretend to be El Taco. While Ringo here could be the matador.
        Bull Owner: Aw, It is a muy loco idea, but perhaps it will fool the public.
        John: Don't worry friend, I guarantee we'll pull the bull over their eyes.

    • NOTES (1)

      • PLEASE PLEASE ME was made in Holland, but directed by Jack Stokes (who directed the English episodes) rather than Snav Sneikus.

        THERE'S A PLACE was made in England.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)