The Beatles This Week: November 8 – November 14

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This Week In Beatles History

November 15 – November 21

November 15, 1959 – John, Paul and George made the final audition for Carroll Levi’s “TV Star Search” as Johnny and the Moondogs.

November 21, 1960 – During the Beatles’ tour of Hamburg, Germany, George was deported back to England because he was under 18 and not allowed to be in a nightclub after midnight.

November 20, 1963 – Pathe News filmed the boys playing at ABC Cinema in Manchester. The footage was used for a newsreel called “The Beatles Come To Town,” which was shown in theaters right before Christmas.

November 16, 1964 – “I Feel Fine” and “She’s A Woman” were recorded for an edition of “Top of the Pops” at the Riverside Studios.

November 15, 1970 – Paul instructed lawyers to begin the legal process needed to end the band.

Last updated: Nov 15, 2009
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