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The acclaimed animated fantasy based on a plethora of mid-career Beatles songs, sees the Fab Four battle the Blue Meanies for the sake of Sgt. Pepper, the Nowhere Man, Strawberry Fields, and Pepperland. The first full-length British animated feature in 14 years features a host of talented cartoonists. Fascinating LSD-esque animation and imagery. Speaking voices provided by John Clive (John), Geoff Hughes (Paul), Peter Batten (George), and Paul Angelis (Ringo). The Beatles themselves do appear in a short scene at the end of the film. Martin fills in as music director, and Segal of "Love Story" fame co-scripts.

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Available on Running time 87 minutes. Originally from British.

Cast and Crew

Animated Musicals, Rock Stars on Film, Period Piece: 1960s, Adapted from a Song, Submarines, Rock Flicks, Beatlesfilm
Erich Segal, Al Brodax, Jack Mendelsohn, Lee Minoff
George Duning, Dick Emery
George Martin, George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr
John Clive, Geoff Hughes, Peter Batten, Paul Angelis, Dick Emery, Lance Percival, George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr
Apple Films, King Features Entertainment

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Yellow Submarine
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Yellow Submarine came out in 1968. The movie was inspired from the song. Yellow Submarine has a run time of 87 minutes. The Beatles, (as themselves) are here to the rescue! The Beatles take a ride on the yellow submarine to help save Pepperland from the Blue Meanies. On their journey, the Beatles encounter magical creatures, beautiful colors and much more. Yellow Submarine was such a hit that the movie won two awards and had two nominations.

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Rubber Chicken

this movie is an all time great it is soo original and halerious. in what other movie do you see a hole being pulled out of a pocket and used to free a band