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ABCKO May 18, 2017 02:32 AM

Favorite George line from each Beatles movie
 
A hard days's night

"... she’s a drag, a well-known drag. You turn the sound down on her and say rude things"

Especially the second part, my brother and I used to do that when watching certain t.v. shows and movies

Help !

(when the cage drops on the other fabs): "... well I'm off !"

(I also love Paul's instant response, "... typical")

I know, not much of a line, by I love how (and why) he says it

Magical Mystery Tour

... ha, you know, I first saw that movie in 1980's and have long owned, and semi-often watched, a copy of it.... and never realised, until just no, that he basically has no lines what so ever throughout the whole movie (does he ? !

... other than his "... thank you", when John hands him the balloon

Yellow Submarine (yes, I know, none of them voice themselves in it... save right at then end)

"... shh, I can heard my beard growing"

Let it be

Of course, it had to be "I'll play, you know, whatever you want me to play. Or I won't play at all if you don't want me to play, you know. Whatever it is that'll please you, I'll do it"

ABCKO Jun 02, 2017 01:21 AM

... yeah, just as I thought...

Why don't they just close down the (long !) dead parts of this site ?

As John once put it about The Beatles splitting-up via the analogy of monk who, having built a great temple, then burnt it down, so that it would not go into decay...

beatlebangs1964 Oct 22, 2017 05:53 AM

From Help!

"Doesn't sound a bit like Cagney!"

"Don't encourage him. You've already got the part, Paul!"

"Thanks for the lift, Sailor!"



The exchange between George and another man when George shaved the mirror in "A Hard Day's Night"

"Well, you're not practicing on me!"

"You don't see very many of these nowadays, do you?"

"You wouldn't interfere with the basic rugged concepts of me personality, now would you, madame?"

"And who's this Susan when she's at home? ... she’s a drag, a well-known drag. We turn the sound down on her and say rude things."


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