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Choose from 37 pictures in our Britaincollectionpeoplekeythebeatlesringo collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Music - The Beatles filming 'Help' - London

Yes, it's The Beatles, the lads who were awarded the M.B.E. (Member of the British Empire) seen in their parts as eccentric old men from their new film 'HELP'. The film, to be world released by United Artists is described as an adventure comedy but it more a hilarious nightmare of fun and adventure. Ringo becomes the possessor of a sacrificial ring, the wearer of which must be killed for the goddess Kaili. Then the chase is on, tribesmen race around the world after Ringo and the rest of the Beatles who take their eccentric-old-men disguise. With a nightmarish switch the chaser becomes a thug who has an outlandish scheme to assassinate The Beatles, but fortunately without success, despite his use of an elaborate machine with which he hoped to blow them out of existence with atmospheric pressure. Pictured is George Harrison pushing John Lennon in a wheelchair.

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Music - The Beatles - Ringo Starr - University College Hospital - London

Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, pictured when he left University College Hospital in London after the removal of his tonsils. This event made a telephone operator at a London exchange to be employed solely on calls asking about his health. He entered the hospital on December 1 to have his tonsils removed and left hospital the following day.

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Charity - Charities at Work - London

Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr and his actress wife Barbara Bach with TV personality Sue Cook (left) at the launch of a scheme to boost the funds of charities in Britain. They are taking care of five pound notes for Charities at Work - a consortium of five leading organisations whose aim is to promote the new payroll giving scheme. The consortium organising the promotion consists of: The Spastics Society, The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, NSPCC, Help the Aged and British Red Cross.

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