The Beatles: Making of A Hard Day’s Night

Introduced by Phil Collins, who was one of the teenagers in the studio audience when the songs were filmed, The Making Of A Hard Day’s Night is a film about the making of the most famous film by the most famous group in the world.

This 1995 documentary includes lots of behind-the-scenes footage, with clips from the film and commentary from producer Walter Shenson, director Richard Lester and screenwriter Alun Owen amongst others – including Micky Dolenz and Roger McGuinn. Only seven of the nine songs originally written were used in the film, so die-hard fans will be glad to see one of the unused performances, ‘You Can’t Do That’, which appears partially during the documentary and in its entirety at the end.



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