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A Hard Day's Night (1964)

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Synopsis

The year is 1964 and four young lads from Liverpool are about to change the world - if only the madcap world will let them out of their hotel room. Richard Lester's boldly contemporary rock n' roll comedy unleashes the fledgling Beatles into a maelstrom of screaming fans, paranoid producers, rabid press and troublesome family members, and reveals the secret of their survival and success: an insatiable lust for mischief and a life-affirming addiction to joy.

Cast

  • The Beatles
  • John Lennon
  • Paul McCartney
  • George Harrison
  • Ringo Starr
  • Wilfrid Brambell
  • Norman Rossington
  • John Junkin
  • Victor Spinetti
  • Anna Quayle

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • The word "Beatles" is never mentioned in dialogue. However, "The Beatles" is clearly visible on Sir Ringo Starr's bass drumhead, and on the helicopter in the final scene. Also, the background during the final concert "The Beatles" is in lights.
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Goofs

  • Just before the group performs the song "I Should Have Known Better", John is sitting in the livestock carriage, playing with a deck of cards. The sound of shuffling can be heard a moment before he begins to shuffle them.
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Quotes

    • George: That's not your grandfather!
    • Paul: It is, you know.
    • George: But I've seen your grandfather! He lives in your house!
    • Paul: Oh, that's my other grandfather, but he's my grandfather, as well.
    • John: How do you reckon that one out?
    • Paul: Well, everyone's entitled to two, aren't they?
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Metacritic

100

No movie has had a greater impact on the way people looked. The music of course is immortal.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
100

One of the most excitingly contemporary musicals ever made.

Metacritic review by Michael Wilmington
Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune