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Question 1: The band initially rejected both the film and the album, instead recording and issuing the ________ album.
The Beatles (album)Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandAbbey RoadCome Together

Question 2: In late 1966, John Lennon took time off to play a supporting character, Gripweed, in a film called ________, also directed by Lester.
The Beatles Anthology (film)How I Won the WarA Hard Day's Night (film)Help! (film)

Question 3: The Beatles had a successful film career, beginning with A Hard Day's Night (1964), a loosely scripted comic farce, sometimes compared to the ________ in style.
Duck Soup (1933 film)A Night at the Opera (film)Groucho MarxMarx Brothers

Question 4: ________ (2001), A Drama about the story of an intellectually disabled father who loves the Beatles and his efforts to retain custody of his daughter
I Am SamDakota FanningMichelle PfeifferI Am Sam (soundtrack)

Question 5: ________ appeared in five motion pictures, most of which were very well received.
Strawberry Fields ForeverI Want to Hold Your HandThe BeatlesGeorge Harrison

Question 6: There, they encounter the intentionally miscast Beatles with ________ as Paul, Paul Rudd as John, Justin Long as George, and Jason Schwartzman as Ringo.
Will FerrellTenacious DJack BlackKyle Gass

Question 7: The Rutles 2: Can't Buy Me Lunch (2005), mockumentary featuring ________
The RutlesGeorge HarrisonJohn LennonI Want to Hold Your Hand

Question 8: Paul McCartney did a cameo in Peter Richardson's 1987 film Eat the rich and released his own film ________ in 1984 in which Ringo Starr can be seen as well.
London Town (album)Give My Regards to Broad StreetPress to PlayMcCartney II

Question 9: Backbeat (1994), the ________ story
Astrid KirchherrPete BestThe QuarrymenStuart Sutcliffe

Question 10: In 1971, Starr played the part of ________ in Zappa's epic cult film about a rock and roll band touring, entitled 200 Motels.
Hot RatsFreak Out!You Can't Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 6Frank Zappa







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