A very brief interview with the Beatles; it took place at the Hilton hotel. The interview was filmed for Japanese television and was conducted by the man who would introduce them on stage for each of their Tokyo performances.
In 1966 The Beatles were in Japan for three days. While segregated in their rooms because of death threats the four painted the now titled Images of a Woman that is believed to be the only instance of a painting by all four Beatles.
The Beatles at press conference in Washington, D.C., Aug. 13, 1966. The Beatles staged their third and final tour of America in August 1966.
Just before the tour began a teenage magazine included the John Lennon’s quote about being more popular than Jesus.
On June 23rd 1966, the Beatles flew from London Airport to Munich for a three-city tour of West Germany. That was called ‘Bravo-Beatles-Blitztournee. George Harrison made a speech in german for the Bravo Award.
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.
In a letter to Paul Drew in 1966, George Harrison reveals that the Beatles’ “Revolver” was almost recorded at Stax Studio. The letter has been recently sold in a auction.