Judith Monk… I loved the Curzon.
Alan Esdaile… Interestingly The Sound Of Music was shown constantly in 1967 at The Curzon.
Dennis Torrance… The Curzon early 1970s Sunday afternoon tea trolley brilliant great staff to
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Nick Prince… As you’re sharing Beatles stuff. Here they are in the above photo, 1963, I believe.
Will Cornell… Later versions of this over here airbrushed the cigarette out of Paul’s hand. Remember they figured out the cancer connection just a few months earlier, right after JFK was killed. First publicity shot I ever saw of them, in a record store window…it was a display Capitol gave the store, and the heads wagged back and forth on battery power. Alas, when I succumbed and went in to check out the stock, they were sold out. Feb ’64
Andy Qunta… Excellent! (Hard Day’s Night was ’64 though I believe.)
Mick O’Dowd… Help! was better with better songs I thought.
John Storer… Got to disagree with Mick O’Dowd on this. I was 8 when my Mum took me to the Gaiety to see this film and have lost count of how many times I have seen it since. The album of the same name is, for me, one of the three greatest pop albums ever made (The Monkees debut and Motown Chartbusters Volume 3 being the other two) – damn near perfect! Help is fantastic, but the film was a tad self-consciously hip and the album had a couple of fillers
Mick O’Dowd… That’s good John. Get’s a debate going. My fave album off all-time was What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye.
Nick Prince… Monkees self titled debut album knocked the Sound of Music off the top of the album chart, which 7 weeks later returned to number one, only to be knocked off again by More of the Monkees. Only four number one albums in 1967 and the prefab four had two of them. 🙂 xx
Roger Hewett… Agree with your comments John. I started work as a trainee projectionist in 1964 and A Hard Days Night was the first film that was showing at the cinema. I had two weeks listening and watching [some] of the film. To this days both the film and LP are my all time favourites. Both were like a soundtrack to my teen years.
Caz Simpson… I went to see the Beatles in Brighton when I was 15, many years on I contacted the Argus to see if they still had the photos of me in a mess. They did, my father never spoke to me for ages because I made the news… Ho hum. Very fuzzy as copied from micro file. I made the same page as the Beatles! Oh and that’s silly me on the left. I didn’t stop for breath! I so wanted to marry Paul.
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Patricia Landamore… Oh dear Caz 🙂 I did see them in Brighton, xx