This picture of the Beatles icon Paul McCartney was shared by the Twitter account ImagenRetro. The photo showcases Sir Paul holding a very beautiful yet random blond on the set of his movie ‘Help’. You can view it below. Paul McCartney ‘losing voice’ at concert revealed.
In other news regarding Paul McCartney and the Beatles, fans recently took to social media to look back on the aforementioned ‘Help’ motion picture. One fan proclaimed: ” The second Beatles movie and was just as I remember it as a kid in the 60’s. This movie was shot in color and John, Paul, George and Ringo found their niche with making movies. Their first movie was a day in the life type story while this was a zany run through a definitely strange day. Zany is an understatement, it is hilarious. Couple that with seven or eight of the greatest Beatles songs including Ticket to Ride and You’re Gonna Lose That Girl not to forget the theme song itself Help. Whether you remember the Beatles or not this is worthy of viewing, oh and the restoration of the film is terrific.” Paul McCartney recently leaks ‘gross’ George Harrison photo.
While another exclaimed: ” I loved A Hard Day’s Night unreservedly. Help! has a ridiculous plot, but transcends this handicap, simply because it’s such a pleasure to watch the Beatles fool around and perform their great songs. The director calls Help! a “Pop Art fantasy.” It was written at the end of 1964, and the director’s intro in the booklet enclosed puts the film into its cultural context. The second intro is by Martin Scorsese, and his insights are well worth having too.
The fan concluded: “The locations are arbitrary and delightful. I especially loved the scene of the Beatles skiing and playing in the snow in the Austrian Alps. It was also exhilarating to watch them perform on a scrubby beach in the Bahamas and on a field on Salisbury Plain. Two stars for the plot. Five stars for the Beatles and the film’s production values. Paul McCartney recently caught wearing terrible wig in photo.
Paul McCartney en el set de "Help!", 1965. pic.twitter.com/sAQqtIAazW
— RETRO. (@ImagenRetro) January 30, 2020