Paul and Linda McCartney at the “Live And Let Die” UK premiere

Thursday, July 5, 1973

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Paul and Linda take a break from the tour to join a star-studded line-up present at the London premiere of the new James Bond film Live And Let Die at the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square, London. Paul arrives wearing a tuxedo and bow tie, but without a shirt. The gala gathering is in aid of the National Playing Fields Association and the Stars Organisation for Spastics. To attend the screening, Paul cancels this evening’s scheduled Wings concert in Stoke-on-Trent at the Trentham Gardens.

From Film – ‘Live and Let Die’ Premiere – London. Paul McCartney and his wife Linda attend the premiere of Live and Let Die at the Leicester Square Odeon Stock Photo – Alamy
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