The historical artefact contains scenes edited out of the movie's final cut - NME.COM lets you know where you can have a peek...
An original script for THE BEATLES’ film ‘A HARD DAY’S NIGHT’, featuring scenes which were edited out of the final cut, is to be made available for viewing via the Internet.
The script will be made available on the Miramax website, [url=]www.miramax-aharddaysnight.com, and according to reports, will feature handwritten notes by director Richard Lester, as well as a scene which never made it to film where John Lennon is seeking clues to find Ringo Starr.
The Beatles debut film will re-released in the US to coincide with the release of the Beatles singles compilation ‘1’. Also on the website is a new trailer for the film.
As previously reported on NME.COM, ‘1’ entered the UK charts at Number One yesterday, selling in the region of 300,000 copies in its first week of sale.