Magical Mystery Tour (1967)00:53:26

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Magical Mystery Tour is a 1967 British made-for-television musical film directed by and starring the Beatles. It is the third film that starred the band and depicts a group of people on a coach tour who experience strange happenings caused by magicians. The premise was inspired by Ken Keseys Furthur adventures with the Merry Pranksters and the then-popular coach trips from Liverpool to see the Blackpool Lights. Paul McCartney is credited with conceptualising and leading the project.
The film originally aired on BBC1, in black-and-white, on Boxing Day, 26 December 1967.A colour transmission followed on BBC2 on 5 January 1968. It was poorly received by critics and audiences, although its accompanying soundtrack was a commercial and critical success. The film received an American theatrical release in 1974 by New Line Cinema, and in select theatres worldwide in 2012 by Apple Films.

The songs in order of their use in the movie, written by Lennon-McCartney unless otherwise indicated:

Magical Mystery Tour
The Fool on the Hill
She Loves You (played on a fairground organ, part of the general medley of background music during the impromptu race)
Flying (Lennon/McCartney/George Harrison/Richard Starkey)
All My Loving (background music, orchestrated in the style of the Pas de deux section from Tchaikovskys The Nutcracker ballet)[45]
I Am the Walrus
Jessies Dream (an instrumental, not released on any official audio recording)
Blue Jay Way (Harrison)
Death Cab for Cutie (performed by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band) (Vivian Stanshall/Neil Innes)
Your Mother Should Know
Magical Mystery Tour (Reprise) (credited as part of the full Magical Mystery Tour, but this is not the case)
Hello, Goodbye (part, finale played over end credits)