G | | Comedy, Music, Musical
A "typical" day in the life of The Beatles, including many of their famous songs.
Ringo Starr is invited to "Le Cercle" gambling club, the same club where James Bond makes his first appearance in Dr. No (1962). Coincidentally, both "A Hard Day's Night" and "Dr. No" were originally released by United Artists.
Before you go, gentlemen, there's a little matter of the bill.
Norm: I'll take care of that.
Norm: Hundred eighty pounds?
Casino Manager: I beg your pardon. Guineas.
Casino Croupier: Your winnings, my Lord. One hundred and ninety pounds.
Grandfather: Where are me change?
Casino Manager: Cloakroom charge.
Ringo: Oh, well. Easy ...
During the performance of "She Loves You" a man in a light-colored outfit can be seen running through shot on two of the cameras views as seen in the monitors (John can be glimpsed being momentarily distracted by him). No reference is made to this major error, not even by the director who otherwise is shown reacting in shock when Paul's grandfather appears on stage.
The opening credits are superimposed over the action. The Beatles are running from a mob of fans whilst the title track plays.
English, German, French
$50,445 (USA) (3 December 2000)
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