Beatles unseen footage released from 1967 'Magical Mystery Tour'
The footage, which was captured at the time the band were recording the 1967 movie Magical Mystery Tour, shows John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr taking a trip to Newquay via a Somerset fish-and-chip shop.
Shot in a candid, intimate way, the new short shows the band and several passengers on a coach trip to the South West, which was the final destination of the BBC's 1967 Boxing Day film.
En route, the group stop at a traditional chippy in Taunton and relax together while enjoying the food.
The footage has been edited and made available through a collaboration between online project The Arena Hotel and digital arts service The Space, where it can be viewed exclusively.
On Saturday, October 6, a new documentary about the making of the film, Arena: The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour, will be shown on BBC Two.
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Editor Anthony Wall said: "Few people have seen Magical Mystery Tour in its entirety and the material in the chip shop has never been shown anywhere. It captures perfectly the fabulous world of The Beatles at this time."
He added: "They're happily rubbing shoulders and sharing a simple meal with the other passengers on the coach, and at the same time creating an extraordinarily avant garde film, which of course would soon be broadcast by the BBC to a dumbstruck nation."
Arena: The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour airs on BBC Two, Saturday, October 6 at 9.45pm.