BFD (distributed by The Orchard) is pleased to announce that it will release the all new highly anticipated Beatles documentary IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY! THE BEATLES: SGT. PEPPER & BEYOND on VOD & DVD across the USA on September 8th 2017. From the Emmy nominated director of Monty Python: Almost The Truth, Alan G. Parker (Rebel Truce: The Story of The Clash, Hello Quo, Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Who Killed Nancy) and produced by Reynold D’Silva and Alexa Morris, the film features incredible rare archival footage unseen since the 1960s. The film also features rare interviews with The Beatles’ original drummer Pete Best, John Lennon‘s sister Julia Baird, Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein’s secretary Barbara O’Donnell, Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks, Beatles associate Tony Bramwell, Pattie Boyd‘s sister Jenny Boyd, Hunter Davies, Simon Napier-Bell, Ray Connolly, Bill Harry, Philip Norman, StEve Turner, Andy Peebles, Freda Kelly and The Merseybeats. For more see https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Beatles-Sgt-Peppers-Documentary-IT-WAS-50-YEARS-AGO-TODAY-Out-on-DVD-VOD-Today-20170907#
PS The DVD extras shows your blogger, Richard Porter, talking about the history of 34 Montagu Square, where Ringo, Jimi Hendrix, and John and Yoko all lived at one time.