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The Beatle's Yellow Submarine (full movie stream)


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Yellow Submarine is a 1968 animated feature film based on the music of the Beatles. It is also the title for the soundtrack album to the feature film, released as part of the Beatles' music catalogue. The movie only cost $250, 000 to make :o

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A Hard Days Night

A Hard Day's Night is a 1964 British comedy film written by Alun Owen starring The Beatles—John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr—during the height of Beatlemania. It was directed by Richard Lester and originally released by United Artists. The film was made in the style of a mock documentary, describing a couple of days in the lives of the group. It was successful both financially and critically; it was rated by Time magazine as one of the all-time great 100 films. - Wikipedia

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gotta love the net. I downloaded a 700meg avi file of Yellow Submarine 2 months ago. I watched part of it and that movie was stranger than I remembered.

I saw a copy of A Hard Day's Night but didn't get it. Both movies were dvd rips and neither one was dvd quality.

I don't download movies very often since I rarely watch them. I download so many albums that I can't listen to half of them. :lol:

The more I think about it. I think I will see if I can find that copy of A Hard Day's Night and download it. A person should have that movie just because.

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gotta love the net. I downloaded a 700meg avi file of Yellow Submarine 2 months ago. I watched part of it and that movie was stranger than I remembered.

Back in the day, there was only one way to fully understand that movie!!

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Back in the day, there was only one way to fully understand that movie!!

That may be the only way to understand it today! :lol:

I just downloaded "A Hard Day's Night". I may have a better chance of keeping up with the plot. :lol:

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In one scene Ringo is warned to not "pull that lever", he says "I can't help it, I'm a born leverpuller (Liverpooler)". I nearly split my guts laughing!!

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