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"I would step off stage with The Beatles and go talk to somebody, who would say, ‘John and Paul won’t talk to me,’ or ‘Lennon doesn’t like me.’ I’d say, ‘Why?’ And he’d say, ‘Well, because of the way he looked at me.’ I replied, ‘Well, he looks at you that way because he hasn’t got any glasses on. He can’t see anything!’ In a way, I felt a bit like an observer of The Beatles, even though I was with them. Whereas, John and Paul were the 'stars' of The Beatles." — George Harrison, Off The…

"I would step off stage with The Beatles and go talk to somebody, who would say, ‘John and Paul won’t talk to me,’ or ‘Lennon doesn’t like me.’ I’d say, ‘Why?’ And he’d say, ‘Well, because of the way he looked at me.’ I replied, ‘Well, he looks at you that way because he hasn’t got any glasses on. He can’t see anything!’ In a way, I felt a bit like an observer of The Beatles, even though I was with them. Whereas, John and Paul were the 'stars' of The Beatles." — George Harrison, Off The…

George contemplating his growing appeal to fans. |12 Reasons The Beatles' "Help!"is Perfection

The greatest moment in cinematic history.

George contemplating his growing appeal to fans. |12 Reasons The Beatles' "Help!"is Perfection

I'm just sitting in a stupid interview being bored. Anybody wanna hang out after it's over? -John

I'm just sitting in a stupid interview being bored. Anybody wanna hang out after it's over? -John

This is one of more photo's of the hotel pillow fight after finding out their record went to #1. Beatles.

Luminous Black-and-White Photographs of The Beatles, 1964-1966

This is one of more photo's of the hotel pillow fight after finding out their record went to #1. Beatles.

The Beatles Perform Shakespeare, 1964 In April of 1964, just a month after their famous debut on the Ed Sullivan show the Beatles performed a sketch from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Nights Dream as part of a one-hour Beatles television special. Britain, at the time, was celebrating the Bard’s 400th birthday. Paul and John.

The Beatles Perform Shakespeare, 1964 In April of 1964, just a month after their famous debut on the Ed Sullivan show the Beatles performed a sketch from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Nights Dream as part of a one-hour Beatles television special. Britain, at the time, was celebrating the Bard’s 400th birthday. Paul and John.

Picture of The Beatles Looks like the album Meet The Beatles 1964

Picture of The Beatles Looks like the album Meet The Beatles 1964

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