It was July of 1964. Lyndon Johnson was President. America's involvement in Viet Nam was ramping up. The top movies were "A Shot In the Dark" with Peter Sellers and "Masque of the Red Death" starring Vincent Price. And they were about to be replaced...because the Beatles were coming.

John, Paul, George and Ringo were already the rage on both sides of the Atlantic, but with the release of the Fab Four's first flick, "A Hard Days Night", Beatles madness was just beginning.