A Hard Day's Night

1964

G

91 Min

A Hard Day's Night

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A Hard Day’s Night is named after the successful Beatles album of the same name. The film tells in a mocking style the life of the modern pop stars. The film shows the Beatles at the height of their career as they move between hotel rooms, trains, and concerts.

Details

Director:
Released:
Jul 6th, 1964
Budget:
$500,000.00
Revenue:
$1,000,549.00
Country:
USA

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- Screenwriter Alun Owen claimed that the word "grotty" was a word used in Liverpool to mean "grotesque", but The Beatles never heard it before and believed Owen made it up. It subsequently…More

- Besides Grandfather's gambling at "Le Cercle Club," there is other James Bond connections: Richard Vernon (the grumpy old man on the train) plays Smithers - the man who lectures Bond on gold…More

- The word "Beatles" is never mentioned in dialogue. However, "The Beatles" is clearly visible on Ringo's bass drumhead and on the helicopter in the final scene.

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