Beatles Film To Be Released On DVD

1965's Help! comes with a disc of bonus materials

Trending Now

Introducing the new Uncut: Robert Plant, Malkmus, Iggy, Elton and more

Thanks, first of all, for the overwhelmingly positive response to Sounds Of The New West Volume 5 last month....

An Audience With Andrew Weatherall

By way of tribute to Andrew Weatherall, whose death was confirmed earlier today, I thought I’d post my interview...

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever on their new album: “It’s weirder… it feels exciting”

In our recent 2020 album preview, Fran Keaney, singer and acoustic guitarist in Melbourne's Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, told...

The Beatles film ‘[b]Help![/b]’ is finally set for DVD release on October 29, Apple Corps announced today (September 4).

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 double-disc DVD will feature Help! digitally restored, and with a newly created 5.1 enhanced soundtrack. The second disc will include exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of The Beatles on the film set, as well as a documentary about the restoration process of the 60s film.

You can view the [b]trailer[/b] for the restored film by clicking here.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

Robert Plant, Karen Dalton, Elton John, Stephen Malkmus, Maria McKee, Shabaka Hutchings and Iggy & Bowie – plus a free 15-track CD
Advertisement

Features

Advertisement