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2023   Beatles 1964 A Hard Day's Night Premiere Program  $200 $267 $294 3 You must login to place a bid.
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#2023 - Beatles 1964 A Hard Day's Night Premiere Program Estimate: $800+

Vintage program from the royal world premiere of the Beatles' feature film debut, A Hard Day's Night, held at London's Pavilion Theatre on July 6, 1964, forty pages, 8.5 x 11, the front cover shows the handsomely clad Fab Four and notes the attendance of Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon. In fine condition, with general light handling wear. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Tracks. The London premiere of The Beatles' movie debut was a momentous event for the band and 'A Hard Day's Night' proved to be a huge commercial success, serving to further catapult the band's popularity and stardom—the world premiere also served as an early birthday present for Starr, who turned twenty-four the following day.


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