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THE BEATLES LIVE CONCERT AT THE WASHINGTON COLISEUM DVD and THE BEATLES CARTOONS COMPLETE

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THE BEATLES LIVE CONCERT AT THE WASHINGTON COLISEUM DVD and THE BEATLES CARTOONS COMPLETE

THE BEATLES LIVE CONCERT AT THE WASHINGTON COLISEUM DVD (1964)

The Beatles' first US concert took place, at Washington Coliseum, a sports arena in Washington, D.C. The concert was attended by eight thousand fans. The Beatles performed on a central stage in the arena, with the audience on all sides, and there were regular pauses to enable the band to turn their equipment around and perform facing in another direction. The concert generated intense excitement. The following day, The Beatles performed a second concert, in Carnegie Hall, New York, which was attended by two thousand fans. The concert was again well received. Following the Carnegie Hall concert, The Beatles flew to Miami Beach and on Sunday 16 February 1964 made their second television appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, which this time was broadcast live from the Napoleon Ballroom of the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. As it had done on 9 February, the television broadcast attracted around 70 million viewers. On 22 February 1964, The Beatles returned to the UK. Arriving at Heathrow airport at 7 am, they were met by an estimated ten thousand fans

Beatles Set List Washington, D.C.February 1964

Roll Over Beethoven
From Me to You
I Saw Her Standing There
This Boy
All My Loving
I Wanna Be Your Man
Please Please Me
Till There Was You
She Loves You
I Want to Hold Your Hand
Twist and Shout
Long Tall Sally

BONUS INCLUDES TRAILER FOR THE MOVIE HELP

THE BEATLES CARTOONS COMPLETE 39 EPISODES 2 DVD SET TV (1965)

The Beatles was an American animated television series featuring the fanciful and musical misadventures of the extraordinarily popular British rock band of the same name. It ran from 1965 to 1969 on ABC in the USA. Each episode has a name of a Beatles song, so the history is based on its lyrics and it is also played sometime in the episode.   The series consisted of short animated stories that essentially were intended to set up the visual illustration of Beatles songs that are played in their entirety. In addition, there were sing along sequences with simpler imagery complementing the full lyrics of particular songs. The series became notorious for its static depiction of the band in their early moptop and suit look as depicted in the live action film, A Hard Day's Night, despite the fact that the band moved beyond it during the series' run. The Beatles had nothing to do with the series' production beyond the use of their music recordings. (American actor Paul Frees did the voices of John and George while Lance Percival, of the Carry On series, did the more authentic sounding voices of Paul and Ringo.) In fact, the band disdained the series for its poor quality which discouraged them from participating significantly in the later animated feature film, Yellow Submarine. Only when the band saw and were impressed by the film's finished footage did they realize the film was a more ambitious creation

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