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Another important early Beatles television programme seemingly lost forever. Cultural vandalism, I call it.
If you could choose, which of the lost Beatles tv performances would you most wish to see? Juke Box Jury has to be up there, doesn’t it?
Sure is – along with the first priceless Granada stuff, both London Palladium appearances, the live Top of the Pops from ’66. I could go on…
to have quality stills and nothing else…
(how should I cope?)
I wonder if the tv footage survives of the Fabs ‘not arriving’ for the reception with Imelda Marcos…
Juke Box Jury would be alright, but I’ve always been curious to watch “Top of the Pops”.
I’m holding out that somewhere on the Reeperbahn existed a working movie cam…a teetotaler…and a bit of insight as to why the ambient electricity was higher than ever…
Nikola Tesla would’ve been proud…
(any venue any length)
Oh Shit, for me it would be either the first Granda appearances, or TOTP 1966.
I would love to see this footage as well. Someone has to have it somewhere! On another note, Ringo’s head looks messed with. And tiny.
I have a complete audio of this appearance but not the video. It must exist somewhere.
I agree with you. Ringo’s head has been “messed with” and if you blow up the photo you can see some problems with it. First, his neck is unnaturally long. Also the blur around the neck seems to hide something.
Second his right ear (left in the photo) and hair has a bad cut line as if someone cropped the face too closely before placing it in this shot.
I wonder why this was done. Did Ritchie have his eyes close on the original?
Are there more detectives out there?
Yeh, i haven’t fiddled with the photo, it looks as tho something has been badly photoshopped from around Ringo’s head.
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