The Complete Cathode Ray Tube Collection
August 1962 - November 1966

The Beatles
 
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The Complete Cathode Ray Tube Collection (DVD) - Front Cover The Complete Cathode Ray Tube Collection (DVD) - Rear Cover

Label Rapple
Catalogue No.   BFB 78
Release date 2012
Total time   Total - 11 hours 12 minutes 22 seconds !!
DVD 1 - 2 hours 53 minutes 50 seconds
DVD 2 - 2 hours 52 minutes 18 seconds
DVD 3 - 2 hours 48 minutes 46 seconds
DVD 4 - 2 hours 37 minutes 28 seconds
Comments : Over 11 hours of footage on this four DVD set is intended to compliment Unsurpassed Promos,
gathering together the remaining unreleased T.V. appearances.

Each show has been reconstructed from the most up to date sources and
virtually the entire set is highly watchable with very little time-coded or poor quality footage.
Each disc is thoroughly indexed and menued allowing an easy search through the programmes.

Also included if the "lost" T.V. appearances of The Palladium, Big Night Out and It's The Beatles.
The two Palladium shows are enhanced by some fantastic colour stills and there is also a partial upgrade of the first show.
"It's The Beatles" uses restored and reconstructed audio, along with a video reconstruction of the last four songs.
"Big Night Out" is sadly saddled with just one colour still, but it's a fabulous performance that deserves to be included.

Although the compiler has included some studio based talk appearances, they've steered clear of the sort of news items that clog up other collections.

Because this is a collection of T.V. appearances, there also isn't any performance footage captured by news cameras or that shown in cinemas.
This includes footage from Manchester, Sydney, Washington, The Hollywood Bowl and the featurette music.
The four Ed Sullivan shows are also not to be found here as they have been released in their complete form commercially and separately.
e.g. Ultimate Ed Sullivan DVD Collection

Some live pieces are included on this DVD: There Was Love All Around where there is also a full write-up.

Also see DVD's : Palais & Plazas/Telecasts 65 and Past & Present


D.V.D. One

All of the pieces in DVD one were on: Early Years - Film & TV Appearances 1962-1963

No. Programme Date and Detail Time
1
Know The North

The Cavern, Liverpool - 22nd August 1962
At the lunchtime session Granada Television filmed the group playing for their "Know The North" programme.
It was scheduled to be shown on 7th November but the film never actually went out at the time.
The film clips survived but the sound quality was found to be too poor for them to be used,
so further sound-only recordings were made on 5th September.
Viewable Setlist:
  1. Some Other Guy
  2. Some Other Guy (Alternate Version)
  3. I Saw Her Standing There
  4. One After 909
  5. Kansas City
9:20
2
Scene At 6:30

Granada TV, Manchester - 14th August 1963
On the morning of the 14th the lads drove to Granada TV Centre, Manchester, to record two songs;
'Twist And Shout' and 'She Loves You' for Scene. The first was transmitted that night.
Viewable Performance:
  1. Twist And Shout (only)
2:34
3
The Mersey Sound

Little Theatre, Southport & BBC House, Manchester - 27-30th August 1963
This is the entire 30 minute documentary programme.
On August 28 at the The Little Theatre in Southport, The Beatles were filmed playing 'Twist And Shout' and 'She Loves You'
on stage, but with no audience for the BBC TV Manchester documentary made by Don Haworth.
After a change of clothes to suggest a different occasion, they played 'Love Me Do'.
Audience shots were then dubbed in from the previous night's concert at the Odeon Cinema, Southport.
In the end their commercial recordings of these songs were used in the "documentary",
which finished up about as close to reality as their movie A Hard Day's Night.
The Beatles were also interviewed at the BBC's Manchester studios and also filmed as if
backstage making up before a concert, and waiting in the wings with their instruments.
The Beatles acted an airport arrival for the "documentary" and also took a
Mersey ferry between the Pier Head and Wallasey, signing autographs and meeting fans.
On August 30 Ringo was filmed pushing his way through extras outside his childhood home at 10 Admiral Grove in the Dingle for this documentary.
Also seen is a group called Group One plus another called The Undertakers who were fronted by ... Jackie Lomax.
Viewable Performances:
  1. Twist And Shout
  2. Love Me Do
  3. She Loves You
29:14
4
Big Night Out

Didsbury Studio Centre, Manchester - 1st September 1963
The group recorded an appearance on the variety show "Big Night Out" presented by Mike and Bernie Winters.
They mimed their three complete songs in front of a studio audience of 600 (broadcast September 7).
Viewable Performances:
  1. From Me To You
  2. She Loves You
  3. Twist And Shout
  4. I Saw Her Standing There .... but only briefly over the closing titles
7:47
5
Ready Steady Go !

Associated-Rediffusion's studios at Television House, London - 4th October 1963
This is an edited version of the show including the Beatles bits and is very entertaining (and corny).
This was the Beatles first appearance on Ready, Steady, Go!
They mimed the three songs below and were interviewed by Keith Fordyce and Dusty Springfield.
Helen Shapiro (just turned 17) is seen singing "Look Who It Is" to John, Ringo and George.
Paul judges a "Brenda Lee" contest.
Viewable Performances:
  1. Twist And Shout
  2. I'll Get You
  3. She Loves You
19:08
6
Sunday Night At The London Palladium

London Palladium, Argyll Street - 13th October 1963
Black & White (some colour) slideshow only, with upgraded audio
On this day The Beatles topped the bill on ATV's Val Parnell's Sunday Night At The London Palladium,
transmitted live from the theatre to an audience of 15 million viewers.
They played their set and joined the other acts, which included Brook Benton and Des O'Connor,
as well as compere Bruce Forsyth, to wave goodbye to the audience and viewers from
the revolving stage which traditionally ended the show.
Unfortunately, I don't believe any copy of the film of this performance has ever been found !
Audible Performances (with slideshow):
  1. From Me To You
  2. I'll Get You
  3. She Loves You
  4. Twist And Shout
12:14
7
Thank Your Lucky Stars

Alpha Television Studios, Birmingham - 20th October 1963
The Beatles recorded a headline appearance for ABC TV's Thank Your Lucky Stars.
They mimed 'All My Loving', 'Money (That's What I Want)' and 'She Loves You'.
The first two songs were premiered on the 26th and here we only see one of them in full.
Bizarrely, a fragment of the Ticket To Ride video is included here (which was 1965 !)
Viewable Performances:
  1. All My Loving (fragment)
  2. Money (That's What I Want)
4:24
8
Drop In

Narren-Teatern, Stockholm - 30th October 1963
This is a stand-out piece on this dvd.   A must-see absolutely live performance.
Recorded on this day in Stockholm, an appearance on the Sveriges Television show "Drop In"
before a live audience in a small theatre in the Grona Lund amusement park.
After the first two scheduled numbers, they were persuaded by presenter Klas Burling to extend their set to four numbers.
After which the lads can then be seen clapping along to the show's theme tune at the end.
An amazing impromptu live 12 minute sequence.
Viewable Performances:
  1. She Loves You
  2. Twist And Shout
  3. I Saw Her Standing There
  4. Long Tall Sally
12:02
9
The Royal Variety Show

Prince of Wales Theatre, London - 4th November 1963
This is two sources edited smoothly into the complete performance and includes
Harry Secombe's introduction, the boy's performance, plus Harry's signing off and the Royal Anthem.
It includes the Anthology upgrade Director's Cut(1993) edit of She Loves You.
(The Beatles were seventh to perform in front of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret)
Viewable Performances:
  1. From Me To You
  2. She Loves You
  3. Till There Was You
  4. Twist And Shout
16:31
10
Morecambe & Wise Show

Studio C, Elstree Studio Centre, Borehamwood - 2nd December 1963
On this day in 1963 The Beatles recorded an appearance on Associated-Rediffusion's Morecambe And Wise Show.
The group sang 'This Boy', 'All My Loving' and 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' live before a small studio audience
and did a comedic routine with Eric and Ernie.
The Beatles, Eric and Ernie, all dressed in striped blazers, closed the show with 'Moonlight Bay'.
"The show won't be aired for a couple of months," the TV producer was heard to mutter to a colleague,
"Let's hope they're still popular then."
Viewable Performances:
  1. This Boy
  2. All My Loving
  3. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  4. Moonlight Bay
11:33
11
Scene At 6:30

Granada TV, Manchester - 25th November 1963
Starts with the I Want To Hold Your Hand performance on the "Daily Echo" set
Another great must-see piece on this DVD:
The Beatles were interviewed with Ken Dodd by Gay Byrne for Granada's Scene and Late Scene Extra programmes.
The interview is superb with lots of ad-libbing and mutual respect, although you can tell
the young Beatles are a little in awe of seasoned professional Ken.
The interview part lasts over 15 minutes and is sandwiched by two mimed numbers from The Fab Four
Viewable Performances:
  1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  2. This Boy
19:53
12
It's The Beatles

Empire Theatre, Liverpool - 7th December 1963
One fixed colour still shot with the audio for 19 minutes and 16 seconds !! ... before some live footage is eventually seen.
George and Ringo travelled to Liverpool by train, while John and Paul flew from Heathrow Airport.
The Beatles comprised the entire panel for a special edition of BBC TV's Juke Box Jury
before an audience of 2,500 members of The Beatles' Northern Area Fan Club.
Afterwards, the Fan Club audience saw a special concert, shown later the same day as "It's The Beatles !"
For this they played 'From Me To You', 'I Saw Her Standing There', 'All My Loving', 'Roll Over Beethoven', 'Boys', 'Till There Was You',
'She Loves You', 'This Boy, 'I Want To Hold Your Hand', 'Money (That's What I Want)', 'Twist And Shout' and 'From Me To You'.
It's a bit sad though that the first concert filmed in their hometown with The Beatles
now returning as major stars, has less than 10 minutes of which footage survives.
The performance itself is confident and powerful and notable for including the
only live version of Money (That's What I Want) on film - and excellent it is too.
Viewable Performances (after the audio only ones with still photos) :
  1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  2. Money (That's What I Want)
  3. Twist And Shout
  4. From Me To You
  5. Third Man Theme
29:10


D.V.D. Two

No. Programme Date and Detail Time
1
Thank Your Lucky Stars

Alpha Television Studios, Birmingham - 15th December 1963
This was an all Merseyside show as The Beatles mimed to the tracks listed above
After Twist & Shout, Brian Matthew and George Martin show two newly presented gold discs.
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  2. All My Loving
  3. Twist And Shout
  4. She Loves You (played over the title sequence)
10:10
2
Sunday Night At The London Palladium (Audio)

Palladium, London - Broadcast Live 12th January 1964
This feature is audio ONLY, over photographic stills of the event.
The Beatles second appearance on the ATV television variety show Val Parnell's Sunday Night At The London Palladium
Also on the bill were Alma Cogan, Dave Allen and compere Bruce Forsyth.
As before, they appeared on the carousel at the end of the show.
Audio Only Performances :
  1. I Want To Hold Your Hand
  2. This Boy
  3. All My Loving
  4. Money (That's What I Want)
  5. Twist And Shout
14:49
3
The Ed Sullivan Show (rehearsal)

Deauville Hotel, Miami - 16th February 1964
During the afternoon of 16th February the group performed a full dress rehearsal which was also filmed.
Knowing it was only a dress rehearsal, Lennon took a few more liberties than usual, but as can be compared on the two performances,
John's crip imitation with Paul's disapproving shake of the head was noticeably absent from the evening broadcast.
On this date they performed six songs; three openers and three closers for the show.
Viewable Performances :
  1. She Loves You
  2. This Boy
  3. All My Loving
  4. I Saw Her Standing There
  5. From Me To You
  6. I Want To Hold Your Hand
Followed by Ed's Outro
16:22
4
Big Night Out (reconstruction)

ABC TV, Teddington Studios, London - 23rd February 1964
The Beatles second appearance for Mike & Bernie Winters' variety show Big Night Out
They appeared in various skits, including a river cruise which was also filmed by ITN and used in its news bulletin that evening.
They mimed to 'All My Loving', 'I Wanna Be Your Man', 'Till There Was You', 'Please Mister Postman' - which are all seen here.
It's reported they also did 'Money (That's What I Want)' - but it's not on this reconstruction which has a mixture of varying quality sources.
'I Want To Hold Your Hand' is included though which is the finale over the title sequence.
Viewable Performances :
  1. All My Loving
  2. I Wanna Be Your Man
  3. Till There Was You
  4. Please Mister Postman
  5. I Want To Hold Your Hand (title sequence)
17:02
5
Ready Steady Go !

Associated-Rediffusion's studios at Television House, London - 20th March 1964
Mimed to three numbers and were interviewed by Cathy McGowan and Keith Fordyce
"This Boy" was played over a picture contest the John and George were supposed to be judging.
"Please Mr. Postman" is also played as Ringo dances and Paul signs autographs.
Viewable Performances :
  1. It Won't Be Long
  2. You Can't Do That
  3. Can't Buy Me Love
20:25
6
Roundup (reconstruction)

Theatre Royal, Glasgow - 30th April 1964 (Broadcast 5th May 1964)
The group was interviewed at the Theatre Royal, Glasgow for STV's teatime children's programme Roundup.
John and Paul are interviewed by Morag Hood as they sit on chairs,
Paul Young interviewed George and Ringo on the studio floor !
The interview is heard complete, but some of the video is missing so as the sound continues, the picture freezes.
The Roundup interview was not kept in the STV archives, but a tele-cine recording turned up
in 1998 amongst 64 unmarked film cans in a South London garage.
Thought to be the earliest surviving long-form British studio interview it was broadcast on a Radio 4 special on 1st July 2009.
(That evening they played two sets at the Odeon Cinema, Glasgow.)
7:00
7
The Ed Sullivan Show

Performance from: Scala Theatre, Charlotte Street, London - 31st March 1964
Interview filmed: The garden of Les Ambassadeurs Club, Mayfair - 17th April 1964
The group were interviewed by Ed Sullivan in the club's walled garden during a break in filming.
Ed's broadcast was then followed by a performance of You Can't Do That from some Hard Day's Night filming.
The group had filmed a live concert at the Scala Theatre, Charlotte Street, London, for A Hard Day's Night.
Viewable Performance :
  1. You Can't Do That
5:28
8
Around The Beatles

IBC Studios, Portland Place - 19th April 1964 to record their performance soundtrack
Rediffusion's Wembley Studios, London - 28th April 1964
The Beatles played Act V Scene 1 of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream with
John taking the female role of Thisbe, Paul as Pyramus, George as Moonshine and Ringo as Lion.
Their faintly hysterical performances being accompanied by mock-heckling from the gallery.
(Paul later named his cat Thisbe.)
In one musical sequence they play:
Twist And Shout/Roll Over Beethoven/I Wanna Be Your Man/Long Tall Sally' ('Boys' was recorded but omitted from the final broadcast)
They also perform a greatest hits medley:
Love Me Do/Please Please Me/From Me To You/She Loves You/I Want To Hold Your Hand/Can't Buy Me Love and Shout!
The finished show also featured performances from Cilia Black, P.J. Proby and Long John Baldry (seen as one of the hecklers).
Viewable Performances :
  1. Twist And Shout
  2. Roll Over Beethoven
  3. I Wanna Be Your Man
  4. Long Tall Sally
  5. plus, A Greatest Hits Medley ! .... (listed above)
26:03
9
NME Pollwinner's Concert 1964

Empire Pool, Wembley - 26th April 1964
Annual Pollwinners' All-Star Concert.
From the raw ABC Television tape that made up the two part special - "Big Beat '64".
Jimmy Saville introduces Murray the K to introduce the Fab Four, who perform the setlist below.
After which Roger Moore presents the NME trophies to the Beatles.
The Beatles performance was broadcast on Sunday May 10th 1964.
An audience of 10,000 enjoyed the performance that afternoon at The Empire Pool, Wembley. Middlesex (now known as the Wembley Arena.)
Viewable Performances :
  1. She Loves You
  2. You Can't Do That
  3. Twist And Shout
  4. Long Tall Sally
  5. Can't Buy Me Love
16:38
10
The Beatles In Nederland

VARA TV, Treslong Cafe-Restaurant, Hillegom - 5th June 1964
John, Paul, George and Jimmy Nicol in Holland.
Quite grainy edited together from different sources.
After the usual press conference they went straight to Hillegom, 26 miles outside Amsterdam,
to rehearse and record a television show for VARA TV at the Treslong cafe-restaurant.
They mimed to the numbers below but before they could complete the last number, they were engulfed by fans.
Mal Evans, Derek Taylor and Neil Aspinall did their best to clear the stage but eventually Neil signalled the group to leave.
John, Paul and George ran for cover, leaving Jimmy Nicol playing along to the music.
Viewable Performances :
  1. She Loves You
  2. All My Loving
  3. Twist And Shout
  4. Roll Over Beethoven
  5. Long Tall Sally
  6. Can't Buy Me Love
30:37
11
A Degree Of Frost

Studio 4, Television Centre, Wood Lane, London - 15th April 1964
David Frost interviews Paul for a show that was broadcast on Wednesday May 18th 1964
5:10
12
Live In Blokker

Exhibition Hall, Blokker - 6th June 1964
Crowd scenes plus a performance of "I Saw Her Standing There" with Jimmy Nicol on drums.
(Blokker is about 36 miles from Amsterdam.)
Viewable Performance :
  1. I Saw Her Standing There
2:31


D.V.D. Three

No. Programme Date and Detail Time
1
Live In Melbourne (reconstruction)

Festival Hall, Melbourne - 17th June 1964
Channel Nine filmed the final concert for a TV show: The Beatles Sing For Shell.
Newsreeel footage has been added where footage is missing.
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Saw Her Standing There (Montage)
    Airport arrival in howling wind and rain
    Drive to hotel
    then some live footage
  2. You Can't Do That
  3. All My Loving
  4. She Loves You
  5. Til There Was You (Montage)
    Adelaide arrival - some footage of Centennial Hall
  6. Roll Over Beethoven (Montage)
  7. Can't Buy Me Love
  8. This Boy (Montage)
  9. Twist And Shout
  10. Long Tall Sally
  11. Encore (Just a bow) + crowd leaving
31:39
2
Blackpool Night Out (audio only)

ABC Theatre, Blackpool - 19th July 1964
This feature is audio ONLY, over photographic stills of the event.
The Beatles performance from the summer edition of Mike and Bernie Winters ITV networked Big Night Out Show.
Again, as with other items in this series, this show was found on a Scotch 3M reel to reel tape.
The complete show was thought to be lost, but recently the video tape of the entire show was unearthed.
(Look out for it in the near future)
Audio Performances :
  1. A Hard Days Night
  2. Things We Said Today
  3. You Can't Do That (after which John says, "Here's one to prove we're not miming !")
  4. If I Fell
  5. Long Tall Sally
15:21
3
Shindig !

Granville Studio, Fulham - 3rd October 1964
Shindig recorded live before a lively audience of Beatles Fan Club members.
The Beatles performed three numbers as below, then took part in the finale with the Karl Denver Trio.
Viewable Performances :
  1. Kansas City'/'Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
  2. I'm A Loser'
  3. Boys
7:25
4
Thank Your Lucky Stars

Teddington TV Studios - 14th November 1964>br> The Beatles recorded a Thank Your Lucky Stars show, renamed Lucky Star's Special in their honour.
They mimed to four numbers.
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Feel Fine
  2. She's A Woman
  3. I'm A Loser
  4. Rock And Roll Music
10:23
5
Ready Steady Go !

Wembley Studios - 23rd November 1964
An appearance on Ready Steady Go! to promote their new record.
They mimed to the four numbers below and chatted on camera with presenters Keith Fordyce and Cathy McGowan.
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Feel Fine
  2. She's A Woman
  3. Baby's In Black
  4. Kansas City'/'Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey
15:36
6
Scene At 6:30 (studio gallery footage)

Granada TV, Manchester - 14th October 1964
30 seconds of silence + the group miming to 'I Should Have Known Better' (A Hard Day's Night sequence)
3:38
7
Not Only ... But Also

Wimbledon Common - 20th November 1964 and
Studio 1, Television Centre - 29th November 1964
John filmed a surreal film sequence with Dudley Moore and Norman Rossington on Wimbledon Common,
to accompany his reading from In His Own Write on the new BBC2 programme.
John read, Deaf Ted and Danoota (And Me), then About The Awful, Good Dog Nigel, Unhappy Frank and The Wrestling Dog.
8:18
8
NME Pollwinner's Concert 1965

Empire Pool, Wembley - 11th April 1965
The Beatles topped the bill at the Empire Pool to an audience of 10,000 people and received their award from Tony Bennett.
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Feel Fine
  2. She's A Woman
  3. Baby's In Black
  4. Ticket To Ride
  5. Long Tall Sally
20:40
9
Live In Paris (reconstruction)

Palais Des Sports - 20th June 1965
Setlist :
  1. Twist And Shout
  2. She's A Woman
  3. I'm A Loser
  4. Can't Buy Me Love
  5. Baby's In Black
  6. I Wanna Be Your Man
  7. A Hard Day's Night
  8. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
  9. Rock 'n' Roll Music
  10. Ticket To Ride
  11. Long Tall Sally (Encore)
29:58
10
Blackpool Night Out

ABC Theatre, Blackpool - 1st August 1965
The Beatles appeared on ABC TV's Blackpool Night Out along with Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson,
Mike and Bernie Winters, and Lionel Blair and his dancers.
There is a minute at the start with a still picture over Mike & Bernie doing "I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside"
Viewable Performances :
  1. I Feel Fine
  2. I'm Down
  3. Act Naturally
  4. Ticket To Ride
  5. Yesterday
  6. Help ! (with the production end titles)
18:19
11
Paris Outtake

Palais Des Sports - 20th June 1965
I Feel Fine was recorded but not transmitted
2:23
12
Tonight

18/06/1965 - BBC's Lime Grove Studios, London
John appeared on the BBC's Tonight programme where he was interviewed by Kenneth Allsop
He then read two extracts from his second book, "A Spaniard In The Works" :
"We Must Not Forget The General Erection" and "The Wumberlog"
4:40
13
Ticket To Ride (surviving excerpt)

Studio 2, Riverside Studios, London - 10th April 1965
A promotional film was made of the group performing 'Ticket To Ride' and 'Yes It Is' for use on Top Of The Pops.
This is all that survives.
0:24


D.V.D. Four

No. Programme Date and Detail Time
1
The Beatles At Shea Stadium (new reconstruction)

Shea Stadium, New York - 15th August 1965
Setlist :
  1. Twist And Shout
  2. She's A Woman (in Black-and-White)
  3. I Feel Fine
  4. Dizzy Miss Lizzie
  5. Ticket To Ride
  6. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
  7. Can't Buy Me Love
  8. Baby's In Black
  9. Act Naturally
  10. A Hard Day's Night
  11. Help !
  12. I'm Down
No idea why it's included here, but this is followed by a snippet of Brenda Holloway singing I Can't Help Myself
37:15
2
The Music Of Lennon & McCartney

01/11/1965-02/11/1965 - Granada TV Centre, Manchester
The Beatles drove to Manchester to record The Music Of Lennon And McCartney, a special for Granada Television.
The group mimed to 'We Can Work It Out' and 'Day Tripper'. Other artists performed their own versions of Beatles songs.
Running Order :
  1. Station Ident and countdown, title sequence: The George Martin Orchestra play I Feel Fine
  2. A sequence of cover versions are heard as John and Paul discuss them.
  3. Peter and Gordon - World Without Love
  4. Lulu - I Saw Him Standing There
  5. Alan Haven and Tony Crombie - A Hard Day's Night
  6. Fritz Spiegl's Ensemble - A Hard Day's Night
  7. The Beatles - Day Tripper &npsp; (ends with "End Of Part One" fade)
  8. Marianne Faithful - Yesterday
    Paul began 'Yesterday' and after 22 seconds the cameras cut away
    to a pregnant Marianne Faithful performing her version.
  9. Sequence of foreign versions play, while Paul and John discuss them.
  10. Flamenco Dancers dance to She Loves You
  11. Dick Rivers - Things We Said Today (in French)
  12. Billy J. Kramer - Bad To Me
  13. Cilla Black - It's For You   (ends with "End Of Part Two" fade)
  14. Dancers dance to This Boy (instrumental)
  15. Henry Mancini - If I Fell
  16. Esther Phillips - And I Love Him
  17. Peter Sellers - A Hard Day's Night
  18. The Beatles - We Can Work It Out   (Ends with title sequence)
43:51
3
Live At The Circus Krone, Munich (surviving extracts)

Circus Krone, Munich - 24th June 1966
Viewable performances :
  1. Rock 'n' Roll Music
  2. Baby's In Black
  3. I Feel Fine
  4. Yesterday
  5. Nowhere Man
  6. I'm Down
14:57
4
Live At The Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo

Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo - 30th June 1966
The Beatles are in dark jackets with red shirts
Setlist :
  1. Rock 'n' Roll Music
  2. She's A Woman
  3. If I Needed Someone
  4. Day Tripper
  5. Baby's In Black
  6. I Feel Fine
  7. Yesterday
  8. I Wanna Be Your Man
  9. Nowhere Man
  10. Paperback Writer
  11. I'm Down
30:23
5
Live At The Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo

Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo - 1st July 1966
The Beatles are in light grey jackets with red shirts
Setlist :
  1. Rock 'n' Roll Music
  2. She's A Woman
  3. If I Needed Someone
  4. Day Tripper
  5. Baby's In Black
  6. I Feel Fine
  7. Yesterday
  8. I Wanna Be Your Man
  9. Nowhere Man
  10. Paperback Writer
  11. I'm Down
30:13
6
Not Only ... But Also

Gentleman's Lavatory, Broadwick Street, Soho - 27th November 1966
John Lennon wore a doorman's uniform complete with top hat and gloves.
The sketch was filmed early in the morning on Broadwick Street, beside
the entrance to the underground men's toilet on the corner of Hopkins Street.
(Last time I looked the entrance was still there too !)
It also featured Peter Cook as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
0:49

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