DVD Review: The Unseen Beatles
In that time, the Beatles played over 1400 gigs, released 15 Number 1 singles, made seven albums, toured the world four times, and sold over 200 million records. But at the height of their popularity, they pulled the plug, never to tour again.
Hear the inside story behind Beatlemania from those who were with the Beatles every step of the way. From their earliest live performances to the end of their touring days, it’s a touching, intimate story filled with chaos, comedy, death threats, plane crashes, diplomatic wrangles and, ultimately, disillusionment.
Now Beatles fans can see the Fab Four like they’ve never seen them before! Extras include extended interviews, photo gallery and rare footage of The Beatles at the Springfield Ballroom, Jersey, before they invaded the US in 1964. Meet the The Unseen Beatles!
Cast: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr
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British Broadcasting Corporation BBC Worldwide Americas Inc: Discover the inside story of the most prolific rock band of all time in the BBC Video DVD release.
THE The Unseen Beatles
Essential Piece of “Beatlemania” History Features Unseen Archive Footage, Photographs, Personal Home Videos and more; Bonus Material Includes Extended Interviews, Photo Gallery and Rare Footage of The Beatles
July 18, 2007 – This October, get a rare behind-the-scenes look at the rise and fall of the most influential band of all-time as BBC VideoÔ releases to DVD The The Unseen Beatles. A must-own DVD for all Beatles fans, The The Unseen Beatles features newly discovered archive footage, photographs, personal home movies, and interviews with those who accompanied The Beatles on tour from 1956-1966. Additionally, this historic DVD boasts fascinating bonus material including extended interviews, a photo gallery and rare footage of The Beatles from the island of Jersey in the UK. The The Unseen Beatles will be available on October 2, 2007 for the suggested retail price of $14.98.