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The Beatles: Celebration (1999)

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A visual and cultural history of the Beatles. Packed with dozens of never before seen film clips, ultra rare photographs and exclusive interviews, John, Paul, George and Ringo come alive in... See full summary »

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Geoffrey Giuliano (screenplay)
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Geoffrey Giuliano Geoffrey Giuliano ... Host / Narrator
George Harrison ... Himself (archive footage)
John Lennon ... Himself (archive footage)
Paul McCartney ... Himself (archive footage)
Ringo Starr ... Himself (archive footage)
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami ... Hare Krishna Founder / Acharya (archive footage)
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A visual and cultural history of the Beatles. Packed with dozens of never before seen film clips, ultra rare photographs and exclusive interviews, John, Paul, George and Ringo come alive in this intelligent, compelling, inside glimpse into the inner-circle of the greatest music group ever. Included in this all-star production are not only the Beatles themselves, but other well known insiders like Lennon Intimates; Frederic Seaman and Yoko Ono. Also lending their exclusive insights are former Beatle Pete Best, The Maharishi and Eric Clapton. Also included is, Beatlemania!, a rare newsreel documenting the Beatles arrival in London after their triumphant U.S. tour. For the casual fan, committed Beatlemaniac or serious student of pop culture, this program is a magical mystery tour of sights and sounds of an era whose incredible force is still being felt today. This program contains no music by the Beatles and is not an authorized product by their firm Apple Corp Ltd. or any of their ...

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USA

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A Different Look At The Beatles
29 August 2006 | by milesfarSee all my reviews

A fine documentary by a seasoned author of pop lore. I got a lot more than I expected from this deep thinking DVD and learned much about the already well worn long and winding road of Beatlemania from the thoughtful commentary. With lots of ultra rare footage and a solid script/narration by Giuliano, The Beatles: A Celebration was great eye candy for Beatles fans of all ages. Particularly interesting was the take no prisoners marketing of the Beatles and their inner quest for meaning after the initial global onslaught of Beatlemania. Giuliano is a gripping narrator and Mark Devito did a fine job of telling this amazing tale with wit, brevity, compassion and irony.


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