The Beatles Anthology VHS | 1996 | 8-Tape Set | Collectors Edition | Capitol Records
VHS Box Set | 8-Tape Collection | In Near Mint Condition | Dolby Surround Sound | Released by Capitol Records
This historical account is the true story as told by The Beatles themselves. Starting in July 1940 with the birth of Richard Starkey (a.k.a. Ringo Starr) and concluding with the band's eventual break-up in 1970, this monumental home video series takes an in-depth look at a classic and legendary saga as told to the viewers from the inside. There were only 4 young men and a few close associates who really knew exactly what was happening. What is presented here is a historical documentation of what it was like to be a part of that crazy world that surrounded John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, as they made their way from Liverpool to the very top of the world. This program focuses on every aspect of their lives and career. Among the highlights are their trips to Hamburg, the Royal Variety Command Performance, their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, "A Hard Day's Night", the Shea Stadium concert, trouble in the Phillipines, the "Our World" performance, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", joining the Mararishi Mahesh Yogi in India, the formation of Apple Corps, and the "Abbey Road" album. There are many endless film clips, television sequences, radio snippets and audio comments collectively brought together into a stunning package that tells a story unlike anything else imaginable. The series concludes with the "Free As A Bird" video. "The Beatles Anthology" is ten hours of footage that is full of great moments from the lads from Liverpool.
- The Beatles VHS Anthology | 1996 | 8-Tape Set | Collectors Edition | Capitol Records
- 8 VHS Tapes
- Condition: Vintage/ Excellent
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