Iconic Beatles Film A Hard Day's Night Returns to Theaters in July
The film has been restored from an original negative, and its soundtrack remixed and remastered
Yesterday, the Beatles‘ best movie seemed so far away.
But come July, it looks as though it’ll be here to stay. (For a limited time, anyway.)
The new, polished version of the film will be broadcast July 4 in London and select cities in the U.S. – it premiered earlier this month at the TCM Classic Movie Film Festival in Hollywood.
The film – which is hilarious, charming and completely worth your time, if you haven’t seen it – is a lighthearted “dramatization” of several days in the group’s life at the height of Beatlemania. Shot for just $500,000, it went on to gross more than $12 million. It was nominated for two Oscars: one for Alun Owen and Walter Shenson’s script, and another for George Martin’s score.
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