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The Best Pictures of the Beatles, Ever.

50 years ago today, the original boy band changed our lives forever.

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A young John, Paul, George and Ringo first stepped foot on to U.S. soil on February 7th, 1964. Not too soon after that, the boys were more famous then, well, anyone. To celebrate the anniversary of the day these four Brits changed the course of popular music in America, we've compiled a list of the greatest pictures the Beatles have ever taken.

 

On set at Alpha Television Studios.

 

During the filming of A Hard Day's Night.

 

At the EMI studios in Abbey Road preparing for the world-wide television show, Our World.

 

The Beatles at a Steakhouse after the holidays.

 

The Beatles at the London Palladium.

 

The boys celebrate the completion of their album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

 

Ringo Starr's 24th birthday.

 

Matching sunglasses is the way to go!

 

Rehearsal for their Royal Variety Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

 

The Beatles reenacting an excerpt from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

 

Posing for a portrait in England.

 

During the making of their video, A Hard Day's Night.

 

JUMP!

 

The four men joke around in the Hollywood Hills.

 

Mustache mahem!

 


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