New footage of The Beatles taking pictures their 1967 cult basic “Magical Mystery Tour” film has been unearthed.

The clips present the Fab Four and their wives on-set in between takes, kids hanging round and an airplane flying overhead.

It additionally comprises snippets from the magicians’ sequence and exhibits the group organizing the ballroom spectacular, which was used because the finale of the movie.

The behind-the-scenes pictures had been captured by a person who visited the set in West Malling together with his younger daughter.

Memorabilia specialist firm Tracks Limited, based mostly in Lancaster, UK, acquired the movie from a girl in Essex whose father shot the footage and eventually determined to half with the movie.

Tracks Limited plans to public sale off the footage and the rights on its web site. It is estimated to be valued between $3,500 and $6,000.

“Nothing has turned up in about 20 years so it’s a uncommon discover,” Paul Wane from Tracks Limited informed the South West News Service.

Previously unseen footage of the Beatles making their Magic al Mystery Tour film
Behind-the-scenes footage of The Beatles taking pictures their 1967 “Magical Mystery Tour” film in Kent has been found.
Tracks Ltd / SWNS

The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” film was the fourth of 5 movies made by the band and the one one to be slammed by critics.

However, the music from the movie was an instantaneous success. The album stayed on the high of the US charts for eight weeks straight and was nominated for a Grammy in 1969.

“What’s taking place with memorabilia related to the highest bands like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, is that rather a lot of the stuff that folks have stored is as a result of they’ve stored it for a purpose, there are recollections connected,” Wane defined.

“But additionally, persons are turning into more and more conscious of the worth.”

The “Magical Mystery Tour” helped to pave the way in which for psychedelic music as The Beatles continued to broaden and experiment with their music. The concept for the movie was impressed by Ken Kesey’s psychedelic Merry Pranksters bus excursions throughout the US and the bus excursions to Blackpool within the UK.

Sir Paul McCartney roped in the remainder of the band and crew to make the movie spontaneously with out a actual script.

“It was only a mad concept. We mentioned to everybody, be on the coach on Monday morning. I informed all of them we’re going to make it up as we go alongside however don’t fear, it’ll be alright,” McCartney recounted.

To shoot the movie, they employed the Royal Air Force station in West Malling, Kent, for per week in September of 1967, the place they filmed the sequences for “Blue Jay Way,” “I Am the Walrus” and “Your Mother Should Know.”

It was broadcast in black and white on BBC tv later that yr on Boxing Day, after which in shade a number of days later after Ringo Starr allegedly known as the BBC to complain that the poor scores had been as a result of colourful film being proven in black and white.

The fantastical movie went on to grow to be a cult basic and encourage numerous music video producers.

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