“Maybe I’m Amazed” promotional video broadcast

Sunday, April 19, 1970

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In April 1970, a promotional video for “Maybe I’m Amazed” was directed by Charlie Jenkins and produced by David Puttnam. The video is a montage of still photographs taken by Linda McCartney, and showing personal family photos and photos of Paul McCartney in the studio during the final Beatles sessions (at Twickenham Film Studios and et Apple Studios).

On April 19, the video was broadcast on ITV London.

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