The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years is a documentary film directed by Ron Howard based on the first part of The Beatles’ career (1962-1966) from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966.
Never-before-seen footage of The Beatles has been released.
It is a 49-second silent clip from November 1, 1965, by Dawn Swane, filmed in Manchester, England
During their 1963 Autumn Tour, the Beatles appeared in concert in Dublin at the Adelphi Cinema.
On 7 November they arrived to play two performances. That was the only occasion in the Republic of Ireland.
John Lennon appeared in Not Only… But Also in a sketch in which played Dan, the doorman of a trendy nightclub situated in an underground men’s lavatory.
The Beatles were in Obertauern, Austria to shot the ski scenes for Help! movie for about two weeks in March 1965
For A Day In The Life The Beatles hired 40 musicians, dressed them in tuxedos and funny hats, and told them they had 15 bars to ascend from the lowest note on their instruments to the highest. The day’s recording was filmed and is presented in this video.