The Beatles hired Michael Lindsay-Hogg to shoot a promotional clip for "Hey Jude", after he had previously directed a clip for "Paperback Writer" in 1966. They settled on the idea of ... See full summary »
The Beatles produced a promotional film clip for "Strawberry Fields Forever", which served as an early example of what became known as a music video. The film features reverse film effects,... See full summary »
The Beatles perform in the music video "Free as a Bird" from the album "Anthology 1" recorded Apple Records. The music video depicts the point of view of a bird in flight. In starts in a ... See full summary »
Two promotional films were made for "Lady Madonna", which were syndicated to television broadcasting companies. The material was shot on 11 February 1968 in Abbey Road Studios and was ... See full summary »
The Beatles were seated on high stools, accompanied by a thirteen-piece orchestra. The band were surrounded by friends and acquaintances seated on the floor, who sang along with the refrain during the fade-out.
A different version of the video originally appeared in The Beatles Anthology. It features a strawberry at the start instead of a piano. The DVD version of The Beatles Anthology includes the more common music video instead. See more »