“Paul McCartney: The Man, His Music, His Movies” TV documentary broadcast in the US

April 1984

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From The Paul McCartney Encyclopedia, by Bill Harry:

A 30-minute American television special screened on several US stations during April 1984. It was scripted by Rick Sublett, produced by Gayle Hollenbaugh and narrated by Tom Bosley. The programme included interviews with Paul about the making of Give My Regards To Broad Street, in addition to some clips from the movie. The show was part of a series called On And Off Camera. There was a brief history of the Beatles using clips from ‘The Compleat Beatles’ documentary and music from ‘Ballroom Dancing’, ‘Yesterday’ and ‘The Long And Winding Road’.

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