It features rare memorabilia including George Harrison's original script
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has announced an upcoming exhibit commemorating The Beatles‘ classic film ‘Help!’.
The exhibit will begin on November 16 and features rare memorabilia from the film including George Harrison‘s original script, shooting schedule and posters and tickets to the film’s US premiere.
It will also include never before seen artefacts and set photography shot during the making of the film.
“We’ve tried to capture the zany spirit of The Beatles‘ second movie in this exhibit,” said Jim Henke, the Museum’s vice president of exhibitions.
“We were fortunate in that The Beatles‘ organisation Apple Corps had great archives of material from the filming of the movie, and they have generously loaned much of it to us for the exhibit.”
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located in Cleveland, Ohio and is dedicated to educating visitors about the significance of rock and roll.
–By our Los Angeles staff.