CNN Even during a global pandemic, the Beatles found a way for people to come together. Escape with us to a place where, for a little while, nothing is real. Have some fun! Dress-up as your fave character from the film or in your Beatles finest.
Watch the video. Sir Ringo Starr finds himself the human sacrifice target of a cult, and his fellow members of The Beatles must try to protect him from it. Over two "typical" days in the life of The Beatles , the boys struggle to keep themselves and Sir Paul McCartney 's mischievous grandfather in check while preparing for a live television performance. The filmed account of The Beatles ' attempt to recapture their old group spirit by making a back to basics album, which instead drove them further apart. Compilation of almost all The Beatles ' music videos, with other television appearances and live performances.
Initial press reports stated that the Beatles themselves would provide their own character voices. The film received widespread acclaim from critics and audiences alike, in contrast to the Beatles' previous film venture Magical Mystery Tour. Pixar co-founder and former chief creative officer John Lasseter has credited the film with bringing more interest in animation as a serious art form. John Lennon later said: "I think it's a great movie, it's my favourite Beatle movie. Sean loves it now, all the little children love it. Pepperland is a cheerful, music-loving paradise under the sea, home to Sgt.
Released in Britain on 17th January, and a few days earlier in the US , Yellow Submarine was the soundtrack to an animated feature film which had received its UK premiere some six months earlier. The original LP release contained the Beatles tracks on side one with a newly recorded orchestral score composed and arranged by George Martin occupying side two of the disc. Of the Beatles tracks, four were brand new songs. The album was never intended as a high profile Beatles release, indeed it was issued when The Beatles was still no. Despite that the album still managed a no. It was a great excuse to go right in the middle of that whole culture that was happening and give them a theme tune. So, you know, the first thing when we heard people were going to do a cartoon I just thought, 'Yeah, this could be the greatest Disney cartoon ever' - I mean, with our music. But they were going more Pepper direction, so we said, 'Well why don't you just take a lot of songs we've got already?