Not only will fans be treated to a digitally remastered DVD and Blu-Ray release of The Beatles’ 1968 psychedelic movie Yellow Submarine on June 5th, but a special screening of the film is hitting limited theaters around the country.

Known for its groundbreaking animation, The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine also introduced the world to some of the group’s most well-known hits including “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds,” “All You Need Is Love,” “It’s All Too Much,” and the title track, “Yellow Submarine.” The film has been digitally remastered for the first time since its last DVD release years ago. It took technicians over four months to clean each frame by hand to restore the film to its original luster for this DVD/Blu-Ray re-release and theater screening. The film, directed by George Dunning, features The Beatles’ in animated form as they voyage in their Yellow Submarine to combat the evil forces of the “Blue Meanies” with nothing more than music and good humor. Though their real voices aren’t used for the characters in the film, John, Paul, George and Ringo make a special cameo at the end.

In the Seattle area the restored Yellow Submarine plays at:

The Admiral Theatre in West Seattle: Saturday, May 19th at 4:00PM and 9:00 PM

and just added  AMC’s Alderwood Mall 16:

May 10th at 8PM…………May 17th at 8pm……….and May 19th at 12pm

For more visit: 

The OTHER Beatles film scheduled for the big screen in our area, The Lost Beatles Concert, which was going to play at the Guild 45th in Wallingford Has Been Cancelled due to legal issues.

The official Yellow Submarine movie trailer:

Britt Bickel, K-EARTH 101

Scott Vanderpool KZOK (local editor)


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