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This book was published as a souvenir of the Beatles’ 1964 film ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Shot in black and white, the film is a fictional account of a day or two in the life of the group, although the name ‘Beatles’ is never mentioned. Its title came from a malapropism uttered by Ringo Starr. While the Beatles never claimed to possess much acting ability, their charm, humour and natural talent shone through the screenplay by Alun Owen, a Liverpool playwright, despite its slender plot. Director Rich...
Book, 'A Hard Day's Night' (The Beatles), paper / card, written by John Burke, published by Pan Books Ltd, London, England, printed by The Griffin Press, Australia, 1964
Paperback novel of 121 pages. The cover is grey, black and red, showing the Beatles and Wilfrid Brambell, with the text 'The Beatles in their first fab film!'. Contains text and eight pages of black and white photographs from the film.
Publisher and printer information printed on page 6.