George Harrison said the Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ was cheap to do: ‘Just some 16mm cameras and a bunch of weirdos on a bus’ – showbiz cheat sheet | Episode Movies

George Harrison said it doesn’t take much to film The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour in 1967. All the band needed was a couple of cameras and “a bunch of weirdos on a bus.”

The Beatles during the filming of “Magical Mystery Tour” | Potter/Express/Getty Images

George Harrison said the Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” was based on typical pleasure trips of the time

If fans didn’t know the Beatles’ new sound and style, they understood when they saw the group’s third film. Magical Mystery Tour. It was completely different from the band’s previous two films, The night of a hard day and Help! They were no longer running from fans or a ritual tribe. They were on a psychedelic journey that didn’t make much sense.

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