52 years ago on a television programme called The Ed Sullivan Show, a seminal moment in music history took place when four young men from Liverpool shook the world; and now, before our very eyes, it's happening again.
Academy Award winning director Ron Howard is back with this powerful new feature-length documentary, showcasing previously unseen behind the scenes footage from the chaotic world of Beatlemania.
John, Paul, George and Ringo are back on the big screen as this roller coaster adventure takes audiences through each record from the fresh-sounding Please, Please Me all the way to the legendary Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1967 studio album.
The Touring Years offers long-time fans the chance to reminisce and relive their youth, while also inviting younger audiences to discover previously unknown facts, footage and anecdotes about this group of scouse lads who charmed the world with their music and wit.
Whether you are a hardcore Beatles fan or not, I guarantee this film will make you fall in love with their music and their story all over again. Eight Days A Week - a masterpiece made.
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