The Beatles

The Beatles

Rare and Unseen

DVD - 2009
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"The Beatles: rare and unseen" is a collection of home movies, personal photographs, recently rediscovered film, and true stories told by the people who were actually involved in the events. Content includes the earliest known footage of the Beatles on stage in Liverpool in 1962; film of the band at Caird Hall, Dundee, in October, 1964, during their tour of Scotland; behind-the-scenes footage of the filming of "Help" (February, 1965); the making of "Magical Mystery Tour" (September, 1967); and highlights of an interview conducted in New York City for French television. The DVD contains interviews with Phil Collins, musicians, and tour personnel, who provide anecdotes on traveling and working with the Fab Four during their heyday.
Publisher: Oaks, PA :, MVD Visual,, [2009]
Copyright Date: ℗2009
Branch Call Number: DVD MUSIC BEA
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (approximately 90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Additional Contributors: MVD Visual (Firm)
Alternative Title: Rare and unseen

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The Beatles: rare and unseen" is a collection of home movies, personal photographs, recently rediscovered film, and true stories told by the people who were actually involved in the events.


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Mar 22, 2011

This is certainly a lesser recap of the Beatles phenomena. They had no license to play any Beatles songs so the soundtrack involves cheesy Beatles sound alike songs. There is not a word spoken by the Beatles themselves either. The rare and unseen footage is grainy and without sound of them in their Hamburg days and also on holiday after they broke big. The Hamburg tapes would have been of some interest if there were sound but alas there was not. The tape is almost exclusively shows interview after interview with very minor characters involved with The Beatles. I would only recommend this to the most avid Beatles fan and that would only be with the proviso of what to expect and/or not expect from this. A neophyte would be best served by watching The Compleat Beatles and not this hack job.

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