Alun Owen


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Hard Day's Night, A (1964) - I Should've Known Better Paul (McCartney) has taken pity on grandfather (Wilfrid Brambell) whom he's had to imprison on the train so his mates (John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr) join them for a hit tune written by John and Paul, early in director Richard Lester's Beatles' movie A Hard Day's Night, 1964.
Hard Day's Night, A (1964) - Tell Me Why The whole picture’s been working up to this, the first song for the TV show, John Lennon’s vocal and harmony from Paul McCartney and George Harrison, on the Lennon-McCartney composition, shot at the since-demolished Scala Theatre, Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, director Richard Lester providing maybe more fans than Beatles, in A Hard Day’s Night, 1964.
Hard Day's Night, A (1964) - Rule, Brittania! Hotel bathroom hijinks, John Lennon in the tub and George Harrison shaving at the mirror with assistant manager Shake (John Junkin), their discourse on the topic not quite explained, but germane in Alun Owen’s nutty original screenplay, and manager Norm (Norman Rossington) hunting John, Richard Lester directing, in the Beatle’s A Hard Day’s Night, 1964.
Criminal, The (1962) - Kelly's Back First scene after credits, introducing mates in the old Victorian jail including star Stanley Baker ("Johnny Bannion"), plus a song from Gregoire Aslan (as "Saffron") from director Joseph Losey's The Criminal, 1962, a.k.a. The Concrete Jungle.
Criminal, The (1962) - That Thieving Boy Neat opening from ex-pat American director Jospeh Losey, Murray Melvin and Rupert Davies featured, then a tune sung by Cleo Laine, the British crime yarn The Criminal, 1962, a.k.a. The Concrete Jungle.