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This page lists out official Paul McCartney video releases. Official releases on video tape and DVD are referenced.

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Ecce Cor Meum   ( 2008 )

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In September 2006 Paul McCartney released his fourth full-length classical album, Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart). On Friday November 3rd, 2007 Ecce Cor Meum was given its world premiere performance to a sold out audience at The Royal Albert Hall, London. In May of this year Paul was presented with the award for Best Album at the UK Classical Brit Awards. The special world premiere Royal Albert Hall performance is to be made available for the first time ever on DVD, along with a documentary tracking the journey and making of this album. The DVD will be released in the U.S. through EMI Classics on February 26th, 2008.

Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart) was performed by Kate Royal (soprano); Academy of St Martin In The Fields Orchestra; London Voices; Boys Of Magdalen College Choir, Oxford and Boys of King’s College Choir, Cambridge. They were conducted by Gavin Greenaway. This is the same cast that appears on the studio recording.

The DVD also follows the story of Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart). It includes exclusive interviews with Paul and behind the scenes footage of the recording of the album at Abbey Road and the preparation in the run up to The Albert Hall performance. The album was more than eight years in the making and its origins follow in the historic tradition of composers that have been commissioned to write music for the world-renowned Magdalen College Oxford. Paul was specially invited by Anthony Smith (President of Magdalen College 1998 – 2005) to compose something to set the seal on a new concert hall for the college. His hope was for ‘a choral piece which could be sung by young people the world over, in the same way that Handel’s Messiah is’.

In November 2001, the first version of Ecce Cor Meum was given its preview performance by the Magdalen College Choir, which was conducted by Bill Ives at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford. This was a great learning experience for Paul. “Eventually I made it all come together through correcting a lot of misapprehensions – a lot was learned before the Sheldonian performance, but a lot of it was learned afterwards. An experienced choral composer knows that children can’t be given huge sustained passages; they don’t have the energy and the stamina. At the Sheldonian there was some quite hard stuff that I didn’t realise because I’d done it on the synthesiser (which has endless stamina!), but during that first performance the solo treble couldn’t come on for the second half – I think I’d used him up in the first half! These are things that people either learn because they are taught them immediately at the first lesson, or you learn through the years, so it was good to go through the piece a lot of times, and we took out huge choral sections and gave them to the orchestra. If it had been a Beatles song I would have known how to do it. But this was a completely different ball game.”

Release Date: Feb. 26 2008

Help !   ( 2007 )

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Disc 1 (96 minutes)
-HELP! Theatrical Movie Digitally restored and newly created 5.1 soundtrack.

Disc 2 (57 minutes)
- The Beatles in Help! 30 minute documentary about the making of the film with Richard Lester, the cast and crew. Includes exclusive behind the scenes footage of The Beatles on set.
- A Missing Scene Featuring Wendy Richard
- The Restoration of Help! An in depth look at the restoration process
- Memories of Help! The cast and crew reminisce
- Theatrical Trailers 2 US trailers and 1 Spanish trailer
- 1965 US Radio Spots - Hidden in disc menus

Release Date: October 30, 2007

Help! (Deluxe Edition)   ( 2007 )

US - DVD 94.49

Disc 1 (96 minutes)
-HELP! Theatrical Movie Digitally restored and newly created 5.1 soundtrack.

Disc 2 (57 minutes)
- The Beatles in Help! 30 minute documentary about the making of the film with Richard Lester, the cast and crew. Includes exclusive behind the scenes footage of The Beatles on set.
- A Missing Scene Featuring Wendy Richard
- The Restoration of Help! An in depth look at the restoration process
- Memories of Help! The cast and crew reminisce
- Theatrical Trailers 2 US trailers and 1 Spanish trailer
- 1965 US Radio Spots - Hidden in disc menus

Deluxe Package also includes:
- a reproduction of Richard Lester s original annotated script
- 8 lobby cards
- poster
- 60-page book with rarely seen photographs and production notes from the movie

Release Date: October 30, 2007

The McCartney Years   ( 2007 )

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VOLUME ONE and VOLUME TWO contain the definitive collection of McCartney music videos. Starting in the 1970s with Paul McCartney's first solo single "Maybe I'm Amazed," the DVD includes the Wings promo video for "Band On The Run" as well as hits from the 1980s such as "Say Say Say," and the 1990s with "The World Tonight." It finishes with 2005's "Fine Line." The films can be viewed either in chronological order or as play-lists that have been personally arranged by Paul featuring his exclusive voiceover commentaries.

VOLUME THREE includes live performances taken from three classic McCartney live shows; "ROCKSHOW" filmed on Wings' 1976 World Tour, new edits of Paul's seminal "UNPLUGGED" in 1991 and Paul's now legendary headlining performance at 2004's GLASTONBURY Festival.

'THE McCARTNEY YEARS' is also packed with bonus features and extra never before seen footage and performances, including "Let It Be" from LIVE AID, archive interviews with Melvyn Bragg and Michael Parkinson, alternative versions of music videos and the full-length 2005 documentary "Creating Chaos at Abbey Road." Paul has recorded exclusive commentary and personal introductions for each promo video and each live concert.

Release Date: Nov. 13 2007

Paul McCartney - The Space Within Us (2005)   ( 2006 )

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In 2005, rock legend Paul McCartney crossed America with his record-breaking, sold out U.S. tour. Now, harnessing the power of more than 25 hi-definition cameras and the thunder of 5.1 digital surround sound, PAUL McCARTNEY: THE SPACE WITHIN US captures this epic experience on DVD. Better than a front row seat, this feature-length concert film takes viewers onto the stage and beyond, capturing Paul’s out of this world performance--which was beamed to the astronauts aboard the Mir space station who wake up to some "English Tea" with paul and the band through a live feed from the tour. PAUL McCARTNEY: THE SPACE WITHIN US FEATURES LIVE PERFORMANCES OF NEARLY 30 HITS INCLUDING: Magical Mystery Tour / Flaming Pie / Maybe I’m Amazed / Eleanor Rigby / Let Me Roll It / Drive My Car / Got To Get You Into My Life / Till THere Was You / I Will / Fine Line / Good Day Sunshine / Fixing a Hole / Hey Jude / Too Many People / Penny Lane / English Tea / I’ve Got a Feeling / Follow Me / Jenny Wren / Helter Skelter / Yesterday / Get Back DVD Features: "Paul’s World" Featurette; Meet the Band Interviews; Song Selections; Liner Notes Introduction by Cameron Crowe

Release Date: Nov.7 2006

Paul McCartney - Live in Red Square   ( 2005 )

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A feature-length world premiere special that tells the story of the ex-Beatle's historic visit to Russia on May 24, 2003. Marking the first time that McCartney had set foot on Russian soil, this concert and documentary also reveals the secret love affair that existed between the Russian people and McCartney during the Communist era.

Release Date: 2005

Chaos and Creation in the Backyard   ( 2005 )

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This DVD is a bonus with the Special Edition CD of Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. The 50 minute DVD features the making of Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard and videos.

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Release Date: 2005

Get Back   ( 2005 )

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92 Minutes: Now on DVD. His Magical Tour in now a motion picture. The legendary performer's triumphant return to the world stage. McCartney's first world tour in 13 years features 22 complete live musical performances. All-time favourites from the Beatles era and his latest smash meghits.
Filmed before sellout crowds in 45 cities in 13 countries including the Guiness recrd for the largest audience ever to see a solo performance: 184,368 in Rio de Janeiro.
see VHS info see DVD image

Release Date: 2005

Let It Be   ( 2004 )


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Release Date: 2004

Paul McCartney: Music and Animation Collection   ( 2004 )

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Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
DVD Released: April 13, 2004
Run Time: 103 minutes

Features three enchanting and magical tales:
- Rupert Bear And The Frog Song
- Tropic Island Hum
- Tuesday
2 DVDs, U.S. and Canada only

Release Date: April 13, 2004

Give My Regards To Broadstreet   ( 2004 )

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Studio: Twentieth Century Fox Home Video
Theatrical Release Date: October 23, 1984
DVD Release Date: April 20, 2004
Run Time: 108 minutes
Music blends with up-beat fantasy in this utterly deleghtful romp that features Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Linda McCartney and Barbara Bach. It all begins when a famous rock star (played by McCartney) discovers the master tapes for his new album have dissappeared. There are plenty of suspects, but, more important, there is lots of opportunity for a dozen songs as Paul ponders the fate of his missing tapes.

If Included in the potpourri of pop music are such Beatles classics as Yesterday, Here There and Everywhere, Eleanor Rigby, For No-One, Good Day Sunshine and The Long and Winding Road, as well as Wings hits Band on the Run and Silly Love Songs, plus three new McCartney compositions, all lavishly produced and imaginatively mounted. If you love Paul and Ringo, old Beatle favourties, music videos, or just having a lot of fun with music, you'll have a ball with this thoroughly entertaining tuneful frolic that's tailor-made for McCartney fans of all ages.

Release Date: April 20, 2004

Beatles-First US Visit   ( 2004 )

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A day-by-day look at The Beatles' first tour in the USA, beginning with their arrival on February 7, 1964. Featured is off-stage footage of the four band members on the road and in their hotel rooms as they sample American culture and clown around. Included is never-before-seen coverage of their activities in New York, Washington D.C., and Miami shot by the Maysles Brothers (the masterminds behind the pioneering Rolling Stones documentary GIMME SHELTER). THE FIRST U.S. VISIT also includes three of the Beatles' unforgettable performances on the Ed Sullivan Show--preserved intact--as well as their first American concert in Washington, D.C., in its entirety.

Features Region 1
Keep Case
Full Frame - 1.33
Additional Release Material:
Audio Commentary - 1. Albert Maysles - Director
Making Of - 1. Documentary with never-before-seen footage (51 mins)^Tracks:
The Ed Sullivan Show (NYC #1):
1. All My Loving
2. Till There Was You
3. She Loves You
4. I Want To Hold Your Hand^The Washington Coliseum Concert:
5. I Saw Her Standing There
6. I Wanna Be Your Man
7. She Loves You^The Ed Sullivan Show (Miami):
8. From Me To You
9. This Boy
10. All My Loving^The Ed Sullivan Show (NYC #2):
11. Twist And Shout
12. Please, Please Me
13. I Want To Hold Your Hand

Release Date: 2/3/2004

Concert for George   ( 2003 )

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Filmed on November 29, 2002 before a sold-out audience at Royal Albert Hall in London, "The Concert For George" is a beautifully filmed, joyous celebration of some of the most significant music of the 20th Century. Friends including Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Ravi & Anoushka Shankar, the cast of Monty Python and other artists who worked with George Harrison throughout his lifetime, present his music in a special concert to commemorate the first anniversary of his passing.
This 2 DVD set includes the full 2 hour & 40 minute concert and the 1 hour 40 minute documentary filmed in high definition by David Leland ("Band Of Brothers") featuring concert footage and interviews with the artists about George's life and music. Documentary produced by Ray Cooper, Olivia Harrison and Jon Kamen.

Release Date: November 18, 2003

Ed Sullivan Show Featuring The Beatles   ( 2003 )

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The Four Complete Historic Ed Sullivan Shows Featuring The Beatles features the four original shows in their entirety that introduced America to the "Fab Four." It all began on February 9, 1964 when The Beatles stepped onto Ed Sullivan's New York stage to perform in front of a television viewing audience of over 73,000,000 people...and Beatlemania was born! These are four historic Ed Sullivan Shows that featured The Beatles unforgettable live appearances -- 20 timeless songs, 7 of them Number 1 hits, the four complete one-hour Ed Sullivan Shows as they aired in February 1964 and September 1965. You will marvel at many other legendary performers from the worlds of music, comedy, novelty and Broadway -- and the original commercials that were part of these historic broadcasts. These are the Ed Sullivan Shows that launched the "British Invasion."

Includes these songs performed live by The Beatles: "All My Loving;" "Till There Was You;" "She Loves You;" "I Saw Her Standing There;" "I Want To Hold Your Hand;" "This Boy;" "Twist & Shout;" "Please Please Me;" "I Fell Fine;" "I'm Down;" And Many More!

Appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show helped catapult The Beatles to Stateside fame and fortune, their debut performance alone was viewed by 73 million viewers. This collection compiles four episodes containing 20 songs in total, with each show being shown in its entirety, including other guests, and even commercial breaks! Originally aired between February 1964 and September 1965 join the fab four as they begin their ascent into the musical history books, courtesy of the Ed Sullivan show!

Features Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
Black & White
Digitally Remastered
Full Screen Presentation

Release Date: 10/28/2003

Paul Is Live   ( 2003 )

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85 Minutes VHS originally released in 1994: Features 20 McCartney Classics from the New World Tour including 3 exclusive tracks and the much-acclaimed controversial Pre-Show Film.

The DVD features and highlights over 20 classic McCartney, Wings and Beatles songs, timeless concert footage, rare McCartney family footage, a biography and photo gallery, Dolby Digital Headphone and 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound.

Release Date: 2003

The Beatles Anthology: Complete   ( 2003 )

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Contains all 8 original video programs on 4 DVDs. Bonus disc of rare and never-before-seen footage, including:
- Recollections (June 1994): Paul, George, and Ringo spend a summer's day together singing, playing and warmly remembering the early days
- Back at Abbey Road (May 1995): Paul, George, and Ringo at Abbey Road Studios with George Martin, play back the multi-tracks of some of their classic recordings and reveal the inventive techniques used during the original sessions
- Recording "Free as a Bird" & "Real Love": Paul, George, and Ringo, along with Jeff Lynne discuss the story behind these recordings - includes intimate footage of them at work in the studio
- Real Love Video: The video not screened as part of the original Anthology series, now in glorious 5.1 surround sound
- Compiling the Anthology Albums: Paul, George, Ringo, and George Martin talk about how the three Anthology double albums were compiled
- Making the "Free as a Bird" video: An intriguing insight from director Joe Pytka into how the Grammy Award winning video was created
- Production Team: The team behind the Anthology series discuss how the programmes were made
- Newly mixed in 5.1 surround sound with picture restoration

Release Date: 2003

Back in the U.S.   ( 2002 )

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For the first time in his solo career, Paul McCartney is to release a DVD that candidly reveals the intimate backstage life on the road, alongside a 2-CD live set of his most triumphant tour since The Beatles.
The three-hour "rock `n road movie" will take fans right inside Paul McCartney's acclaimed current tour, giving access to all areas previously kept private from the public -- going inside the dressing rooms, seeing scenes from the back seat of his personal limo and even aboard his chartered jet.

The "Back In The U.S." DVD will also include performances of Paul and his new band at sound check that have never been shown before -- plus footage of more than 30 classic songs filmed at shows all across America and presented in 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound.

"This feels like a very special tour and because of that we wanted to film not only the great shows we've been enjoying but also reveal to people what we're doing when we're not doing the show. There are a lot of private moments on the DVD -- it'll be like a backstage pass to the intimate zones where most people never get," said Paul".

Release Date: 2002

Party at the Palace   ( 2002 )

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The Party at the Palace concert is a motley assortment of has-beens and time-wasters, a curious number of whom felt it proper to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 50 years by singing old Motown songs badly. The concert also features Lenny Henry shouting and an extended plug for Queen's (that's the band) risible musical We Will Rock You. Bewilderingly, Party at the Palace is not only redeemed, but made worth owning, by the four-song set by Brian Wilson, who gives a heartbreakingly earnest performance of "God Only Knows," accompanied by Andrea Corr. The concert ends with a pantomime version of "All You Need Is Love." Party at the Palace is the night rock & roll gave up. Proceeds from the sale of the DVD, "after the deduction of costs and expenses in relation to its production and distribution," will be donated to the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Trust. --Andrew Muller

Release Date: 2002

A Hard Day's Night   ( 2002 )

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From the opening scene of the mop tops rushing through a train station mobbed by fans, the movie rarely stops for air. Some of the songs are straightforwardly presented, but others ("Can't Buy Me Love," set to the foursome gamboling around an empty field) soar with ingenuity. Above all, the Beatles express their irresistible personalities: droll, deadpan, infectiously cheeky. Better examples of pure cinematic joy are few and far between

View A Hard Day's Night Trailer

Release Date: 2002

Good Rockin' Tonight - The Legacy of Sun Records   ( 2001 )

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Sam Phillips's Sun Records will forever be best known as the label for which Elvis Presley made his timeless first recordings. But Sun earned its legendary status by also recording any number of other blues and rock & roll greats, including Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash. This 112-minute, 2001 documentary from PBS's American Masters series features plenty of reminiscences by Sun old-timers (including the ever-voluble Phillips, who was not, apparently, universally loved by his artists) and some vintage film footage. But the best moments come when more contemporary artists--ranging from Paul McCartney, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, and Mark Knopfler to Live, Third Eye Blind, Ben Folds, and even Kid Rock--do their versions of Sun classics like "Honey Don't" and "That's All Right Mama." Several of these performances can also be found on the excellent Good Rockin' Tonight CD

Release Date: 2001

WingSpan   ( 2001 )

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"Wingspan" is the 1 hour and 22 minutes inside story of how Paul and Linda McCartney dared to follow the Beatles with their rock band Wings. "Wingspan" shows how McCartney restarted his career after the break-up of the Beatles, touring Britain in a van and playing unannounced in small halls without being booked. "Wingspan" includes a lot of excellent, rare and exclusive material from between 1970 and 1980 that shows Wings rise to success despite lawsuits, pot busts, and BBC airplay bans.

The 88-minute WINGSPAN home video will be available in VHS and interactive DVD formats. The package boasts a lion's share of significant new content that was not part of the network television broadcast event seen by more than 15 million viewers last spring, including:
- 22 minutes of out-take material, previously unseen by the public
- 3 full-length vintage promotional videos - "Jet" (1973), "Let 'Em In" (1976), and "Rockestra Theme" (1979)
- specially-designed complete recording discography screens (on the interactive DVD)
- exclusive gallery of 100 photographs from the Linda McCartney collection.

Release Date: 2001

Concert For NYC   ( 2001 )

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On October 20, 2001, this now-historic concert took place at Madison Square Garden, a mere six weeks after the horrific terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Thousands of firefighters, police officers, survivors, families, and fans witnessed a once-in-a-lifetime event as, in the space of nearly six hours, many legendary musical performers donated their time and their talent to one of the greatest causes ever, in the process giving their audience an unforgettable burst of pure emotion.
Organized by Sir Paul McCartney, the Concert for New York City was an overwhelming experience that deserves to be saved for posterity. The two-CD audio recording is crammed with dozens of superb performances but doesn't give a sense of the whole show that this two-DVD set certainly does. Not only can we relive such seminal performers from that evening as the Who, David Bowie, John Mellencamp, and Sir Paul himself, we can see the charming and personal short films made for the occasion by such New York filmmakers as Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese, or the dozens of celebrities and unsung firefighters and police officers who immortalized that day with their stories and musical introductions

Release Date: 2001

The Beatles DVD Collector's Set   ( 2000 )

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This four-disc set includes two feature films and two documentaries (all previously available on DVD). Help! (1965), in which a religious sect is in pursuit of a sacrificial ring stuck on Ringo's finger, is a broad spoof of the spy flicks of the time, with James Bond-like themes and locales. Songs include "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" and "Ticket to Ride." Only two years later but strikingly different in mood and tone, Magical Mystery Tour (1967) is chiefly a series of psychedelic music videos, including "Fool on the Hill," "I Am the Walrus," and "Blue Jay Way," loosely organized around a plot of a bus trip through the English countryside.
The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit is an 83-minute black-and-white documentary by acclaimed directing brothers Albert and David Maysles that captures the group's trip to the U.S. in February 1964. It includes plenty of songs as performed on The Ed Sullivan Show, of course, as well as footage of the band riding the train or sitting in their hotel room watching television coverage of themselves. A subsequent performance in Washington, D.C., suffers from grainier footage and spotty microphones, but still captures the frenzy of the fans.

You Can't Do That!: The Making of "A Hard Day's Night" is an hourlong documentary that traces the creation of the historic 1964 film. Hosted by Phil Collins, who appeared in the original among a crowd of screaming teenagers, the film features extensive clips and interviews with those involved with the movie (though George Harrison is the only Beatle whose voice is heard). A highlight is "You Can't Do That," a performance that was cut from the original film. Obviously, a perfect DVD set would include A Hard Day's Night itself, but rights issues have kept it out of circulation. --David Horiuchi

Additional features
The DVD of Help! includes a text description of the 1996 restoration, plus 2 minutes of newsreels and 4.5 minutes of promotional footage (including black-and-white footage from the film set and from the royal world premiere, and color and black-and-white stills from the set with Beatle voice-overs). The DVD of Magical Mystery Tour includes 3 minutes of black-and-white newsreels featuring the Baker Street psychedelic shop and Maharishi Mahash Yogi's meditation retreat. Each of the above DVDs... read more

The Beatles DVD Collector's Set includes:

Nominated for two British Academy Awards, this 1965 theatrical feature takes the Beatles on a worldwide comedy adventure. After a magical ring gets stuck on Ringo's finger, a group of oriental mystics and a mad scientist stop at nothing to try to get it back. Special features include a fully restored print from the film's original negative, a digitally remastered soundtrack, 15 minutes of bonus footage, Spanish and French audio tracks, and English, Spanish, and French subtitles. Songs include "Help!", "You're Gonna Lose That Girl," and "Ticket to Ride."
Color, approx. 90 minutes, Dolby Digital

Magical Mystery Tour
A musical film fantasy that follows the Beatles on a psychedelic bus tour along the English countryside. It made its British debut on Christmas day 1967. Special DVD features include a fully restored print, a digitally remastered soundtrack, bonus newsreels, a history of the project, and English, Spanish, and French subtitles. Songs include "Magical Mystery Tour," "I Am the Walrus," and "Fool on the Hill."
Color, approx. 54 minutes, Dolby Digital

The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit
An historic, musical ride back in time as the Beatles come to America for the first time on February 7, 1964 and appear on the Ed Sullivan Show. Special features include 13 Beatles performances, a fully restored print, a digitally remastered soundtrack, a Beatles chronology, discography, and other statistics, and English, Spanish, and French subtitles. Songs include "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," "Till There Was You," and "Twist and Shout."
Black and white, approx. 83 minutes, Dolby Digital

You Can't Do That: The Making of "A Hard Day's Night"
The extraordinary evolution of the Academy Award-nominated film that convinced the world that the Beatles could be as influential and memorable as the music they sang. Hosted by Phil Collins. Special features include cast profiles, A Hard Day's Night trivia quiz, biography and discography for Phil Collins, and English, Spanish, and French subtitles.
Color and black and white, approx. 65 minutes, Dolby Digital

Release Date: August 8, 2000

The Beatles Celebration   ( 2000 )

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A revealing glimpse into the minds and personalities of one of pop music's greatest and most influential bands. A CELEBRATION is like the real-like version of A HARD DAY'S NIGHT -- a true documentary comprised of many never-before-seen film clips, ultra-rare photographs, and exclusive interviews. The video also contains BEATLEMANIA!, a rare newsreel documenting the Fab Four's arrival in London after conquering America. Beatles biographer Geoffrey Giuliano narrates this assemblage of rare footage, film outtakes, interviews, and photos of the band throughout their career. Note: This program contains no music by the Beatles and is not an authorized product by their firm Apple Corps Ltd. or any of their associated companies or concerns.

Release Date: 2/2/2000

Standing Stone   ( 2000 )

US - DVD 22.49

This 133 minute DVD video features the 81 minute concert performance at London's Royal Albert Hall and a 53 minute documentary on the making of the project, not previously available. DVD features include instant track access, an option of 4.1 Digital Surround Sound or linear stero PCM for the concert, additional video footage & photographs not previously used in the video including photographs by Linda McCartney, illustrating the concept behind the composition, a visualization of the Standing Stone poem by McCartney with an optional voice-over, optional English on-screen subtitles for Celebration, specially-commissioned on-screen texts giving background information about the inspriation behind Standing Stone.

Release Date: 2000

Paul McCartney & Friends:Peta Concert   ( 2000 )

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85 Minutes: Peta Party of the Century, 1999 Concert. Paul McCartney & Friends: The PETA Concert for Party Animals documents a September 18, 1999 charity concert for PETA, People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the highlight of which is a short set by Paul McCartney, one of his first live appearances after the 1998 death of his wife Linda.
McCartney’s six-song set ends the show on a high note. All the songs are drawn from his 1999 album Run Devil Run, which was largely an album of covers, the rock ‘n’ roll music he loved. This love comes through strongly in his set, beginning with a rousing “Honey Hush,” and his perfectionism comes through when he stops the band during the intro of “Brown-Eyed Handsome Man,” insisting the song didn’t start well (he’s right). The rest of the set is split between the slow-tempo, soulful numbers “No Other Baby” and “Lonesome Town,” and the high-spirited “Try Not To Cry” and “Run Devil Run”; it’s clear after the latter number that McCartney would have been willing to perform for another hour.

Release Date: 2000

Live At The Cavern   ( 1999 )

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47 minutes: Thirty-eight years after the last Beatles appearance at the venue, Sir Paul McCartney returns to the Cavern Club for a one-night rock & roll tribute show. McCartney is backed by an all-star band, which includes David Gilmour of Pink Floyd on guitar and Ian Paice of Deep Purple on drums. The live set features a number of the rock & roll standards that inspired the Beatles, along with selected tracks from McCartney's 1999 release Run Devil Run. The legendary four piece hammers out live versions of "I Saw Her Standing There," "All Shook Up," and "No Other Baby," as well as many others. The live concert originally aired on PBS as part of the December 2000 pledge drive. ~ Dennis Proctor, All Movie Guide

This is loaded with lots of extra stuff including a lengthy promo video and full interview not previously seen.

Release Date: 1999

Working Classical   ( 1999 )

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60 Minutes: The title of this PBS film displays the punning ability of Paul McCartney as he proudly points out his working class heritage. Paul McCartney: Working Classical is a 1999 concert, demonstrating his belief that all music should be accessible. It features three new orchestral pieces: "Spiral", "A Leaf", and &Tuesday". McCartney paystribute to his wife Linda, explaining that his love songs were all written for her. These include "My Love", "The Lovely Linda", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Junk", and "She's My Baby". ~ Alice Day, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1999

Carl Perkins with Paul McCartney: My Old Friend   ( 1998 )

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Carl and Paul have a guitar pull and give us insight on their friendship.

Release Date: 1998

In The World Tonight   ( 1997 )

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72 Minutes: This video offers a behind-the-scenes look at Paul McCartney as the former Beatles bassist records his acclaimed solo album Flaming Pie. In The World Tonight is a rare glimpse at the man behind the musical legend. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
There are two Paul McCartneys. The legend and the man. History tells of the legend, but revealed here, for the first time is the man -- in a human and humorous offbeat study that intimately captures him at work and at ease as he makes his acclaimed solo album Flaming Pie. Relaxed, revealing, rocking, and real, this candid view puts you in his world tonight.

Release Date: 1997

Music For Montserrat   ( 1997 )

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Dolby Digital & DTS: On the evening of September 15, 1997, legendary British music producer George Martin (who had risen to prominence with the Beatles) held a benefit concert at London's Royal Albert Hall for the small Caribbean island of Montserrat, which had recently been devastated by a volcanic eruption. All of the invited superstars had recorded some of their biggest hits at Montserrat's Air Studios, which Martin had founded in 1970, and this shared history gives Music for Montserrat an added sense of enjoyment among friends. Despite a few vocal dropouts and forgivable mixing problems, this outstanding concert has been captured with impressive fidelity, and while each artist performs songs appropriate to the occasion, they share the stage (along with a house band, choir, and orchestra conducted by Martin) in brilliant combinations that bring out the best in everyone involved.

The show hits full stride with Mark Knopfler's exquisite "Brothers in Arms," which segues nicely into "Money for Nothing" with guest vocals by Sting, who then performs two hits from his Police years. And while Elton John and Eric Clapton form the centerpiece of theconcert (especially Clapton and Knopfler's acoustic "Layla"), Paul McCartney anchors the show with a spectacular four-song conclusion. Phil Collins's expert drumming is matched throughout by legendary percussionist Ray Kooper, and McCartney's fully orchestrated "Golden Slumbers" is a genuine show-stopper, followed by a "Hey Jude" sing-along with everyone on stage. They all follow McCartney's lead for a rockin' rendition of "Kansas City" (which the Beatles had performed as early as 1960), by which time Music for Montserrat had given its royal audience a show they would never forget. --Jeff Shannon

Release Date: 1997

The Beatles Diary   ( 1996 )

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The Chronicles of Alf Bicknell, Beatles driver and road manager, are your ticket to ride on a personal video tour with the most influential rock band of our time. There is only one Beatles. And there is only on Alf, the most knowledgeable and reputable source of Beatlemania information there is.

Take a walk across Abbey Road, following in the footsteps of the Fab Four. Side by side with Alf, go down the path of rock and roll history.

Backstage. Shea Stadium. The Cow Palace... From chaotic early club dates in Liverpool to all the good times in between. The parties. Hollywood. The stars.

Set amidst the original locations in London, Alf's stories become more than authentic, more than just memories, and nothing less than an intimate Beatles travelogue. See original black and white footage from 1964 - 1966, at the beginning and in the end. Featuring special live 1990's concert footage supplied by Paul McCartney.

So sit back and let Alf take you on an unforgettable trip!

A collection of behind-the-scenes footage and concert clips compiled by longtime road manager and driver Al Bicknell between 1964-66. Since he was there during the craziest times of Beatlemania, you know there's lots of great stories and trivia to tell, such as the night the Beatles met Elvis, and the Fab's favorite hangout in Liverpool.

Release Date: 4/16/2003

Movin' On   ( 1991 )

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60 Minutes: Rehearsal, recording @ Abbey Rd., & live footage of Off th e Ground album & New World Tour. Hope Of Deliverance, C 'mon People, Off the Ground, more. Exclusive interview s, behind-the-scenes, photos, more.

Release Date: 1991

First U.S. Visit   ( 1991 )

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85 minutes: In February of 1964, Beatlemania began to spread to American shores with the first U.S. visit of John, Paul, George and Ringo to play a short American tour and make two appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show. Noted documentary filmmakers David and Albert Maysles had the presence of mind to realize there was a story here, and they followed The Beatles with their cameras throughout their first American adventure, capturing the magic of their music and the glorious madness that was Beatlemania. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1991

Put It There   ( 1989 )

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PUT IT THERE is base on a television special with a further 20 minutes of unseen footage and four additional songs. PUT IT THERE focuses on the making of the recent Flowers in the Dirt album and also includes songs from every phase of Paul McCartney's career, from his frock 'n roll roots, through the Beatles and Wings right up to the current solo work.

McCartney is joined be a new band for the album, video and 89/90 tour including Hamish Stuart, ex Average White Band (guitar, bass, vocals); Linda McCartney (keyboards, vocals); Robbie McIntosh, ex Pretenders (lead guitar, vocals); Chris Whitten (drums) and Wix, one of Britains's top session keyboard players. McCartney is also joined by Elvis Costello on My Brave Face and by Trevor Horn who helped produce two of the songs on the album.

PUT IT THERE presents Paul McCartney as he's never been seen before with his comments on the Beatles, him music, his band and his concerns for the environment.(see more info

Release Date: 1989

Real Buddy Holly Story   ( 1987 )

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The complete biography of rock-N-Roll legend and american pop icon, buddy holly. Featuring interviews with the crickets' members and the family and friends who knew him best.
The experiences, the memories and opinions of Holly's family, band, fellow musicians and people who came across him in all aspects of his daily and musical life have been pooled together in this program. Also includes the first recorded footage of Elvis Presley, clips of Holly's early concerts and Paul Mc Cartney playing and paying tribute to one of his great influences.
Paul McCartney's film on the life and music of Buddy Holly.

Release Date: 1987

Prince's Trust: 1986 Birthday Party   ( 1986 )


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59 minutes: This concert video chronicle's Prince Charle's rock-star studded event. It is filmed at the Wembley Arena and features such artists as Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, Phil Collins, the ubiquitous Sting, and Elton John. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1986

The Paul McCartney Special   ( 1986 )

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60 minutes: Laser Disc - Filled with rare music and newsreel clips, this is a personal, in-depth retrospective of one of rock's most influential recording artists. McCartney chronicales his life and times, including his relationship with John Lennon, the Beatles and their break-up, his solo career, Wings, the making of Press to Play and everything in between. Also featuring Beatles footage which no collector should be without.

Release Date: 1986

Yellow Submarine   ( 1968 )

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87 minutes: In the third Beatles-related feature film Yellow Submarine, the rock & roll group is portrayed as animated characters who have to battle the Blue Meanies to save the fictional Pepperland from destruction. The film's colorful, pop-art-inspired animation has dated since its original release, yet the movie effortlessly evokes the psychedelic spirit of the late '60s and features plenty of wonderful music, fine jokes and is generally entertaining. However, be warned: None of the Beatles provided overdubbed voices for this production, and the actors who "play" the Beatles all sound identical to each other. The Beatles themselves do briefly appear at the end of the film, even though they look rather confused. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1968

Magical Mystery Tour   ( 1967 )

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55 minutes: After the success of the Sgt. Peppers LP, the Beatles decided to hire a psychedelic bus, take a trip into the English countryside, and film the results, no matter how bizarre or boring. With a motley cast of characters, the group basically tramps about the landscape with occasional music cues to give the film a bit of flow. Though Magical Mystery Tour is an interesting document of the Beatles psychedelic period, its cinematic function is negligible. ~ John Bush, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1967

Help!   ( 1965 )

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90 minutes: In their second feature with director Richard Lester, who oversaw the massive hit A Hard Day's Night, the Beatles again aim for a mix of goofy comedy and sterling pop music. There is slightly more of a plot this time, though it is a patently ridiculous one: a sacred ruby ring comes into Ringo's possession, attracting the unwelcome attention of an exotic religious cult and forcing the boys to go on the run. This chase narrative is thankfully never taken too seriously, serving mainly as an excuse for colorful excursions to international locations from Europe to the Bahamas. The musical numbers include such classic tunes as "Ticket to Ride," "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away," and, of course, "Help!". ~ Judd Blaise, All Movie Guide

Release Date: 1965