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- October 14, 2002
- Vol. 58
- No. 16
The Night Album
Yesterday, When the Future Seemed So Far Away, Bert Cann Captured the Boys at Play: a New DVD of the Beatles' 1964 Film A Hard Day's Night Includes a Bonus Trove of Long-Lost Photos. Suddenly, They're Again the Lads They Used to Be....
HIT PARADE Extra Patti Boyd (center) was courted by Paul McCartney (with another unidentified actress) as well as Ringo Starr during the 1964 shoot before setting her sights on future husband George Harrison, whom she would leave for Eric Clapton in 1974.
LARKIN' ABOUT Lennon (top), McCartney, Harrison (with Ringo and an extra) and Starr play off-camera. "Studio execs were convinced the Beatles craze wouldn't last past summer," DVD producer Martin Lewis says of the 16-week production schedule.
THE FILM'S frenetic day-in-the-life depiction of the Beatles was inspired by the answer Lennon (with Harrison between takes) gave when asked about the band's earlier visit to Sweden: "It was a car and a room, and a room and a car, and a cheese sandwich."
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