Sunday, July 21, 2019

They put a man on the Moon

Did you ever wonder what the Beatles were doing the day man first stepped on the moon?   Well, friends, on July 20, 1969, it was one small step for man and one first viewing of the rough cut of "Let it Be" for Beatles.   This version was an hour longer and included more of John and Yoko.   George's parents were in town and so they came to watch the film as well. 

After the showing, a party was held at The Revolution thrown by David Frost to celebrate the moon landing.   George has said that he remembers staying up with his Dad watching man walk on the moon.   

Yoko took photos that day.  It is on that mystery stolen film that appeared a few years back.


  1. Was that at Twickenham's screening room?
    Do you have an info source on the hour-longer roughcut?

  2. Sara thank you for clarifying the dates for these photos. I don't know how you know the dates for so many of them but I certainly appreciate it. I'm sure I'm not the only one of your viewers who does. Mark Zappasodi

  3. felt very sad seeing these - the end really

    1. the end for sure!!!!!! soooooo sad :(