Where can I watch The Beatles cartoon?
You can now watch the ‘lost’ Beatles cartoon series on YouTube | EW.com.
Was there a Beatles cartoon show?
The Beatles was a Saturday morning animated television series featuring representations of the popular English rock band of the same name. It was originally broadcast from 1965 to 1967 on ABC in the USA, with repeats airing until 1969.
Will the Beatles cartoons ever be released?
The 39 original episodes ran from 1965 to 1967, with repeats filling the remaining seasons through 1969. They’ve never had an official release, although cleaned up and restored they’d look awesome on Blu-ray.
What did the Beatles think of the Beatles cartoon?
“I still get a blast out of watching the Beatles cartoons on TV.” And in 1999, George was seeing the funny side too: “They were so bad or silly that they were good, if you know what I mean.”
Which Beatles album is get back on?
Let It BeGet Back / Album
Who animated the Yellow Submarine?
American animators Robert Balser and Jack Stokes were hired as the film’s animation directors. Charlie Jenkins, one of the film’s key creative directors, was responsible for the entire “Eleanor Rigby” sequence, as well as the submarine journey from Liverpool, through London, to splashdown.
Did the Beatles do their own voices in Yellow Submarine?
Initial press reports stated that the Beatles themselves would provide their own character voices; however, aside from composing and performing the songs, the real Beatles participated only in the closing scene of the film, while their cartoon counterparts were voiced by other actors.
Did The Beatles use drugs in Yellow Submarine?
According to Steve Turner’s book A Hard Day’s Write, about a month after the album was released, there were barbiturate capsules that started to be known as “yellow submarines.” McCartney denied any comparison to drugs and said the only submarine he knew that you could eat was a sugary sweet he’s come across in Greece …
Why did The Beatles not voice Yellow Submarine?
Initial press reports stated that the Beatles themselves would provide their own character voices. However, aside from composing and performing the songs, the real Beatles participated only in the closing scene of the film, while their cartoon counterparts were voiced by other actors.