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The Beatles Anthology (5 Discs) (5.1/DTS)

Featuring: George Harrison, John Lennon & Paul McCartney

Format: DVD | Rating: Exempt from Classification

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This incredible documentary series about 'The Fab Four' is the most detailed and interesting programme ever to be made about them.With personal interviews from Paul McCartney,George Harrisson,Ringo Starr and archive interviews from the icon himself John Lennon.The series itself is over four discs and the fifth disc has a tone of cracking bonus features. A must have for any 'Beatlemaniac'!

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This box set is quite simply the greatest dvd set you can buy about the greatest pop band there ever was. 4 discs with over 2 hours on each one plus a bonus disc of special features that include Paul, George and Ringo meeting up in 1994 and talking about old times and working on the new track Free As A Bird. The Beatles were geniuses and anyone watching this can't help but agree. The scenes of screaming, crying fans (of both genders) have never ever been repeated for any other band or singer, not even Elvis had the fans like these boys. The Beatles never went on tour after August 1966 and in the years afterwards they released 4 more studio albums, each one hitting #1 in the charts in the US and UK so even not touring didn't diminish their popularity. Each member sang at least one song on every album and each member was a songwriter. No other band I can think of can match that. The Beatles lasted the whole 1960's and were a very different band when they ended compared to when they started. Buy this box set. You won't be disapointed!

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