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Sunday, November 26, 1967

“Hello, Goodbye” is broadcast on The Ed Sullivan Show

Last updated on May 10, 2023

On November 10, 1967, The Beatles filmed three promotional videos for the single “Hello, Goodbye”. The BBC had originally planned to air the video on Top Of The Pops, but the broadcast was cancelled on November 20 due to the Musicians’ Union’s regulations against miming. On November 23, the BBC aired footage from The Beatles’ 1964 film “A Hard Day’s Night” instead.

On this day, The Ed Sullivan Show, in the US, broadcast the first of those promotional clips showing the Beatles dressed in their “Sgt. Pepper” uniforms, apart from a brief cut-away where the group are wearing their 1963-era matching collarless suits.

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