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A day in the life of the Beatles in 1964

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A day in the life of the Beatles in 1964

A day in the life of the Beatles in 1964

The Ed Sullivan Program’s TELEVISION studio had simply 700 seats, so their United States launching on February 9, 1964 was the tiniest audience the Beatles would play to on their very first trip. Beatlemania concerned the States with a bang that would not slow down till the band separated in 1970!

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George and John rehearse

A daytime practice session, exercising the parts.

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Placing the cams

Locking down video camera relocations throughout practice sessions.

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Places, everyone!

Prior to going live on the air.

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Paul reveals Ed his instrument

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The fans

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The view from the control space

The Ed Sullivan Program was relayed live, every Sunday night.

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The Beatles’ very first albums

The Beatles initially UK (left) and United States (ideal) albums had various titles and various tune lists.

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Signing autographs

Unwinding in between daytime practice sessions, fans still desired autographs.

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Sullivan was an immediate fan

Shot throughout practice sessions, Sullivan beams.

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The fans line up

The theater is now the house of the Late Program with Stephen Colbert.

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Praising the band

Everyone looks delighted after the sneak preview!

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Paul snaps a couple of shots

McCartney takes a couple of pictures on the Sullivan phase set.

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Fulfill journalism

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More practice sessions

The Beatles’ practice session at the Miami Beach hotel for the Ed Sullivan Program 2nd broadcast.

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Another fantastic program!

Sullivan awakening the audience!

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Do not forget Ringo

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