Beatles Release Behind The Scenes Footage To Celebrate Reissue Of "Help!"

Michael Charboneau

by Michael Charboneau

Published June 25, 2013


In conjunction with the re-release of their film Help! on Blu-ray and as a digital download, the Beatles have posted two videos of outtakes and behind the scenes footage from the making of the film. They are currently available for purchase on both Amazon and iTunes. The videos also include interviews and commentary from director Richard Lester, producers, and others involved with the film. Take a look at the two videos, via Paste.

Help!, the Beatles' second feature film, was originally released in 1965. According to the Beatles' website, it features John, Paul, George and Ringo in various far-flung locales, such as the Bahamas and the Austrian Alps. The videos focus on the spontaneous and quirky nature of the film's production. The skiing scenes in Austria, for example, were shot despite the fact that none of the Fab Four even knew how to ski. In addition, the film features a number of classic Beatles songs, such as "Help!" and "Ticket to Ride".

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