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The Beatles on Film by Roland Reiter

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The Beatles on Film
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Publisher: Transcript-Verlag
ISBN/ASIN: 3899428854
ISBN-13: 9783899428858
Number of pages: 214

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This book provides the production history and a contextual interpretation of The Beatles' movies (A Hard Day's Night, Help!, Yellow Submarine, Let It Be) and describes their ability to project the group's image at different stages in their career. It also includes a discussion of all of The Beatles' promotional films and videos...

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