The Beatles This Week: November 8 – November 14

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This Week In Beatles History

November 8 – November 14

Did you ever wonder about what The Beatles were up to on a week-to-week basis? Are you a Beatles trivia buff? Test your knowledge here as you look at what happened to The Beatles in a specific week in time.

November 8, 1963 – The Beatles made their second appearance on the program “Ready, Steady, Go!” They then played the Ritz Cinema in Belfast, Ireland.

November 12, 1963 – A show at Portsmouth was postponed due to Paul collapsing during rehearsals because of the gastric flu.

November 10, 1964 – The last show of their UK tour was played at Colston Hall, Bristol.

November 12, 1965 – “The Beatles in Italy,” an album, was released only for the Italian market.

November 9, 1966 – John met Yoko Ono for the first time when he attended a private art exhibition featuring her Unfinished Paintings and Objects at London’s Indica Gallery.

November 9, 1967 – The first edition of “Rolling Stone” magazine featured John Lennon on its cover. The picture was from the movie How I Won the War, in which John had a role.

November 13, 1968 – The film “Yellow Submarine” opened in New York City.

November 9, 1971 – “Imagine” was released in the US.

November 11, 1974 – Ringo released “Only You”/”Call Me” in the US.

November 8, 1982 – Filming began on Paul’s movie “Give My Regards to Broad Street,” which starred Paul, Ringo, and Linda.

Last updated: Nov 08, 2009
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