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Friday, 1 May 2009

Sunny Heights: November, 1967.

The final day of filming for MMT took place in the grounds of Sunny Heights. In what was, by any standards, a pretty eccentric year in the sartorial stakes, John hit a new peak by rocking an enormous sunflower. Where did he get it from? The shot of Ringo features the by now obligatory poodle. This poodle (Tigger by name) features in at least 4 Beatles related photoshoots. I am manfully resisting the urge to do what would be a post too far, even for this blog. Thanks, yet again, to Joe Baiardi for sending some of these.

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