Beatles Film To Get First TV Screening Ever

Beatles Film To Get First TV Screening Ever

[b]The Beatles[/b]' acclaimed 1965 film 'Help!' is to be broadcast on television for the first time ever, this Sunday (November 25).

The newly restored film now boasts a 5.1 soundtrack and will screen on BBC4 at 7pm.

The 1965 feature film follows the Fab Four as they are chased round from London to the Austrian Alps to the Bahamas, after Ringo takes possession of a sacrificial ring.

The [b]Richard Lester[/b] directed film features Beatles' hits 'Help! and 'Ticket To Ride' on it's soundtrack.

The new Special Edition double-disc DVD features the restored version of Help! digitally restored. The second disc includes an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary of The Beatles on the film set, as well as a documentary about the restoration process of the 60s film.

More details are available from the band's official website here:

Click on the streams below to see a promo video for The Beatles' film track 'She's A Woman'

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