John Lennon Decode the Scene GAME – Norman Rossington John Junkin Marianne Stone MOVIE CLIPS

Decode the Scene GAME - Norman Rossington John Junkin Marianne Stone MOVIE CLIPS

John Lennon Decode the Scene GAME – Norman Rossington John Junkin Marianne Stone MOVIE CLIPS
Norman Rossington John Junkin Marianne Stone MOVIE CLIPS click to subscribe j.mp The Beatles escape a horde of fans in the throes of Beatlemania. To the song “A Hard Day’s Night” by Lennon/McCartney. TM & © Miramax Films (2012) Cast: John Junkin, Norman Rossington Director: Richard Lester MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: j.mp Join our Facebook page: j.mp Follow us on Twitter: j.mp Buy Movie: amzn.to Producer: Denis O’Dell, Walter Shenson, David V. Picker Screenwriter: Alun Owen Film Description: During the first worldwide flush of Beatlemania in 1964, United Artists wanted to ship out a movie with The Beatles before their vogue was over. Working within a tight $500000 budget, director Richard Lester turned out A Hard Day’s Night in a fast 6 1/2 weeks; the picture was in the theatres three months after shooting commenced. Using a variety of techniques cribbed from Hollywood slapstick comedies, the French “new wave” movement, and his own experiences as a TV-commercial director, Lester, with screenwriter Alun Owen, fashioned an exhilarating study of a “typical” 36 hours in the lives of the Fab Four. Onto a plot about getting to the Big Show on time are hung a series of instant-reaction gags, character vignettes, and musical setpieces. Much of the humor arises from Paul McCartney’s efforts to keep his grandfather (Wilfred Brambell), a “clean old man,” from getting into mischief. Also good for several laughs is the hookey-playing Ringo Starr, whose mistimed declaration of

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