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More from year 1967
Filming of “Magical Mystery Tour”
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Magical Mystery Tour (TV Special)
1967 • For The Beatles • Directed by The Beatles
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Production of The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” TV special took place throughout September 1967, with some additional scenes filmed in late October / early November. The first leg of filming occurred from September 11 to 15 in and around Newquay. On September 18, filming resumed with the crew choosing the Raymond Revuebar strip club in London’s Soho district as the location for the day’s shoot. From September 19 to 24, the Beatles relocated to West Malling Air Station in Maidstone, Kent, where they filmed interior and exterior shots for the project.
On September 25, they immediately began the arduous process of editing “Magical Mystery Tour“. Despite initially believing that the editing process would take only a week, it took a total of 11 weeks to complete. During the editing process, they realized that some additional scenes were needed to enhance the film. These scenes were filmed on October 1, October 29, October 31, and November 3.
On this day, October 29, an additional scene was shot in Battersea, South London, where Ringo Starr and Jessie Robbins, who played “Aunt Jessie,” were captured in a heated argument while strolling up Acanthus Road and turning into Lavender Hill. The scene culminated with their arrival at the coach, where they were welcomed by Jolly Jimmy Johnson and Miss Wendy Winters, the courier and hostess, respectively.
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