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Good Ol' Freda <b>DVD</b> ~ Freda Kelly
Good Ol' Freda DVD ~ Freda Kelly
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kudos to Freda!, 7. Juni 2014
This film got some warm-up showings at Austin Texas' annual South by Southwest (SXSW) in March of 2013. It was met with rave reviews and from there was shown nationwide at the annual Fests for Beatles Fans. I saw it and love it!

Like the Scorcese documentary "Living in the Material World" and the Cirque du Soleil's "Love" tribute to the Beatles, the two surviving Beatles and their spouses as well as their bandmates' widows were approached and "Good Ol' Freda" got the nod from all directly involved. Ryan White who directed this stellar work did his homework and did it well. Nobody can argue with the high level of research that went into making this… Mehr dazu
Dear Killer von Katherine Ewell
Dear Killer von Katherine Ewell
1.0 von 5 Sternen Bloody ATROCIOUS!, 6. Juni 2014
"She was just 17, you know what I mean..." -- Paul McCartney from "I Saw Her Standing There" 1963

I have to agree with the other 1-star reviewers, especially the U.S. reviewer who was upset at having "wasted time with this garbage!" I hated every damn single character and the story as well. There was absolutely NO sense in this implausible tale. This atrocious book is just as bad as Caroline Cooney's execrable and farcical "Mummy." Emlyn of "Mummy" infamy was bad enough, but Kit tops the charts!

This story is beyond asinine. A teenage serial killer who is called The Perfect Killer because she's never gotten caught? PUH-LEEASE… Mehr dazu
The Beatles At Shea Stadium: The Story Behind Thei&hellip von Dave Schwensen
On Sunday, August 15, 1965 the Beatles made history when they made the scene at Queens N.Y.' Shea Stadium! After audiences sat through some pre-concert performances by other artists, Ed Sullivan announced the Beatles' arrival by helicopter with these immortal words:

"Honored in their country, decorated by their Queen and loved here in America, here they are, the Beatles!"

History was made as this concert was the first of many to come that was held in a sports arena. For years, the 1965 concert held the distinction of being the largest concert venue with the largest attendance on record.

This book is a must-have for all fans. Readers are treated to the events… Mehr dazu