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Forever Young with A Hard Day’S Night

Costing less than 200,000 pounds (about a half-million U.S. dollars at the time), A Hard Day's Night was the first major big-screen assignment for Richard Lester, a Philadelphia native who’d emigrated to the U.K. in 1950 and would still erroneously be considered an “English director” decades later. He’d already done numerous TV shows as well as a more traditional film vehicle for rock/jazz acts (1962’s It's Trad, Dad!) and a more standard comedy (1963’s The Mouse on the Moon).>> - Dennis Harvey

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