October 31, 1963
Paul McCartney & John Lennon
London Airport, London, United Kingdom
In this very brief discussion at London Airport, Paul McCartney and John Lennon look ahead to their upcoming Royal Variety performance only five days away.
Q: Paul, have you thought about your act for this show yet? Any changes in the act, or is it going to be, you know, the usual
PAUL: No, we'll have to change it I'm sure. We can't do the same thing all the time. We haven't thought about what we're gonna do
Q: Suits with collars on? Brush part in hair? Anything like that?
PAUL: (jokingly) You never know. We might not wear suits! You never know! No idea.
Q: John, in this Royal Variety Show when you're appearing before royalty, you're language has got to be pretty good obviously-- this thing about Teddy saying that he couldn't distinguish your... The Queen's English.
JOHN: (mock sophistication) I can't understand Teddy! I can't understand Teddy saying that at all, really. (smiles)
JOHN: (serious look into camera) I'm not going to vote for Ted.
PAUL: (quietly) Ooo.
Q: But you're not going to change your act for the Lord Prince?
JOHN: (unsophisticated accent) Ah no, like, we'll keep, like, the same kinda thing, like. Won't we?
PAUL: Oh! Aye, yes!
JOHN: That's right.
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