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Yellow Submarine 1 movie

Once upon a time an unearthly paradise called Pepperland. The director George Dunning, who also worked on the Beatles cartoon series, supervises over 200 artists for 11 months for this movie. The animation of Yellow Submarine movie was made by the film's art director Heinz Edelmann who pioneered the psychedelic style for which Peter Max would later become famous. The movie uses a style of limited animation contrasts greatly with other animated films previously released by Hollywood up until the time. Bob Balser and Jack Stokes were animation directors. Charlie Jenkins, one of the film's key creative directors, was responsible for the entire Eleanor Rigby sequence, as well as the submarine travel from Liverpool, through London, to splashdown.




 
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Image with Snapping Turks
Image with Snapping Turks
  Yellow Submarine 1 The Clowns
Yellow Submarine 1 The Clowns
  Chief Blue Meanie and Max
Chief Blue Meanie and Max
  Picture with The Flying Glove
Picture with The Flying Glove
 
Comment: 80,000 leagues beneath the sea it lay, or lie, I'm not too sure. Pepperland is a tickle of joy on the blue belly of the universe. What are you going to do? Finish the quartet. Trio, sir? Duet, sir? Solo! 4 scores and 32 bars ago, our forefathers, our quartet? And foremothers. Another quartet? Made it in this yellow submarine. What, that little thing? To Pepperland. Climb aboard, Young Fred. But, sir, I can't even make my soap float. I'm appointing you Lord Admiral. Lord Admiral? In that event, yes. Hurry, Young Fred. Go! Where should I go? No time for trivialities. Comments: During the movie is this line of dialogue: George "I know something about motors". George Harrison's brother was a mechanic, and George himself had worked as an apprentice electrician in his teens and planned to go into business with his brother. Premiere magazine classify the movie on 15th place heading "The 25 Best Movie Posters Ever". "Only a Northern Song" was originally written for the "Sergeant Pepper" album, and is a reference to Northern Songs Ltd., the Beatles's music publishing company. As a curiosity of the movie's characters, the Blue Meanies have six fingers on each hand. In the final scene of the movie with the participation of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the verse "All Together Now" from the song with the same name, is presented 27 times in 16 languages in the following order: English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, Hebrew, Greek, Swedish, Russian, Japanese, English, Greek, Italian, Dutch, Arabic, Spanish, Farsi, Swahili, Sanskrit, French, Hebrew, Swedish, Chinese, German, Japanese, English. Also in the end of movie, The Beatles show their souvenirs. George Harrison has the motor, Paul McCartney has a little "love" and Ringo Starr has the "hole" in his pocket. In live-action, Paul is the one who has "love". In the movie, John Lennon has it. When The Beatles saw the finished film, they were so impressed by it that they decided to appear in a short live action epilogue to the film. When Al Brodax, Alan Kozlowski and Mary Ellen Stewart, the producers of the movie, approached The Beatles about this film, The Beatles agreed to it only as an easy way of completing their movie contract. They contributed only a few old songs and four quickly produced numbers: "Only a Northern Song", "Hey Bulldog", "All Together Now" and "It's All Too Much". The production team responsible for creating effective Yellow Submarine took the project seriously and has invested creative work under tight deadlines and budget. We can say that all projects undertaken Beatles in 1968, nothing was much good will with as little effort on their part that the film Yellow Submarine.