17 December 2004
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BEATLES & ED SULLIVAN PUBLICITY PHOTOS
Five black and white glossy publicity photos of The Beatles with Ed Sullivan, taken during the group's three appearances on Sullivan's show in February, 1964. One photo depicts the group in discussion with Sullivan together with folksters Peter, Paul and Mary. Two shots show Sullivan interviewing the band outside of what appears to be a restaurant, with another seemingly taken shortly after. The fifth and most candid photo depicts George Harrison without his suit coat, shaking hands with Sullivan while Ringo Starr sits near them watching.
10 x 8 inches
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