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61.) What was the original title of the movie, Help?

62.) In April 1964, The Beatles' achieved an amazing feat? Do you know what it was?

63.) What brand of drums did Ringo play with The Beatles?

64.) Where was the first live Beatles' US concert held?

65.) Who was The Beatles first manager?

66.) Many of The Beatles early albums had tracks they did not write. Can you name the first Beatles' album that was written entirely by them?

67.) Before Paul played bass guitar, which one of the Beatles' did?

68.) It is believed that The Beatles first television appearance was on The Ed Sullivan Show. The appearance on Sullivan was the first time live, but in 1964, they appeared on another show when a short film was shown of The Beatles performing Love Me Do. Can you name the show?

69.) How many days did it take for The Beatles to record their first album?

70.) What was the first Beatles ' song to feature the sitar?



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The Beatles Trivia Answers, Part 7



61.) Eight Arms To Hold You

62.) The Beatles' had nineteen songs in the top 100, five of which were numbers 1 though 5. On April 4th, 1964, The Beatles accomplished something that will never be equaled. They held the top 5 positions on the singles chart. Can’t Buy Me Love was number 1 for its first of 5 weeks, Twist and Shout was at number 2, She Loves You dropped to number 3, I Want to Hold Your Hand held at number 4 and Please Please Me stayed at number 5.

63.) Ludwig

64.) The Washington Coliseum

65.) Allan Williams

66.) A Hard Day's Night

67.) Stuart Sutcliffe

68.) The Jack Paar Show

69.) One

70.) Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

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