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A Hard Day's Night screening

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A Hard Day's Night.

If you've never had the joy of watching A Hard Day's Night, rest assured that its sole effect will be making you adore the Beatles even more. And the Cinefamily has got you covered; the theater will be screening the band's feature debut for two weeks, restored and remastered, in honor of the film's 50th anniversary this year. And if you've seen it, revisit Paul's clean grandfather and Ringo's arrest in the presence of other Beatles diehards. Filmed in the height of Beatlemania and peppered with memorable live performances, A Hard Day's Night reveals the Fab Four to be surprisingly brilliant comedic actors, with plenty of irresistible charm.

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Laurie E

A Hard Days Night is fabulous.  Began watching it when it first came out as i am a Beatlemaniac!  Have seen it at least 30 times.  It all started with seeing the Beatles in 65 at the Hollywood Bowl and then 66 at Dodger Stadium in the 7th row...I sat very near Natalie Wood.  Screamed until I lost my voice!  I am going back to see Paul on 8/10, again at Dodger Stadium but the ticket is a bit more costly.  The concerts in the 60's were $3.50 and then the whopping sum of $10!  Laurie