Directed by Richard LestThe Fab Four’s famous first foray into film is considered one of the most innovative and refreshing music movies ever made. Celebrating the phenomenon of Beatlemania in 1964 and capturing John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr in their electrifying element, A Hard Day’s Night is a wildly irreverent journey through one day in the life of arguably the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll act. Driven by madcap humour, timeless pathos and an irresistible sense of adventure, join The Beatles as they travel from their home town of Liverpool to London for an all-important TV performance. Along the way the band are not only mobbed by obsessed fans, but tasked with rescuing Paul’s mischievous grandfather (Wilfrid Brambell) from moments of high peril as well as keeping an eye out for a wandering Ringo who manages to disappear just before the concert. Nominated for two Academy Awards, featuring all-time favourites ‘A Hard Day’s Night, ‘All My Loving, ‘Can’t Buy Me Love ‘I Should Have Known Better ‘She Loves You, ‘Tell Me Why’ and many others, directed with flair by Richard Lester, A Hard Day’s Night is a lively trip back to a fun era of sensational music marking the true birth of British Beatlemania. Er. Starring John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney. Brand new high definition features exclusive to Blu-ray: The Beatles: The Road to A Hard Day’s Night: An interview with author Mark Lewisohn; In Their Own Voices: The Beatles on A Hard Day’s Night; Anatomy of a Style: a piece on Richard Lester’s methods; Picturewise: A featurette on Richard Lester; Audio commentary with cast and crew; New trailer; Additional DVD Special Features: You Can’t Do That! A making of The Running Jumping and Standing still film: Richard Lester’s 1960 short film Things They Said Today: A 2002 documentary about the film.