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Naomi Marcus at 10 met the Beatles, danced with Ringo. Photo: Courtesy Naomi Marcus

When a 10-year-old met the Beatles, danced with Ringo, 1991

At age Naomi Marcus met Ringo Starr and the rest of the Beatles when family friend and neighbor Joan Baez (right) brought her to the Fab Four's 1966 show at Candlestick Park.

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Beatles gum cards -- The Beatles Black and White Series Gum Cards were issued in I still have mine, must have chewed a lot of gum them!

no ashtray ringo ? The Beatles backstage at the Prince of Wales Theatre before the Royal Variety Show in November 1963 - photo by Mark and Coleen Hayward.

The Beatles relax backstage at London's Prince of Wales Theatre, before the Royal Variety Performance in November They are supporting Marlene Dietrich in the show. Photo: Mark And Colleen Hayward, Getty Images

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Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Richard Starkey/Ringo Starr, and George Harrison

Going out into the cold...

John Lennon with a worried expression shielding the sick Paul McCartney as they left Portsmouth Guildhall after the Beatles show was cancelled in November But it was re-scheduled for December of that year.

I think the Beatles are a lot of people's favorite band.   ~yeah. Them and Led Zeppelin.  I can't say one or the other. I love both!~

The Beatles are a famous English band that originated in Liverpool, England. They became “The Beatles” in 1960 and consisted of four very talented and incredibly influential musicians;

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“ Screencaps of George Harrison filming John Lennon by the ocean.

We wrote some posts about The Beatles a long time ago, like this one about their first concert and this one about them playing D.C. Stadium. It’s been a really long time since we posted about The Fab Four — and it’s one of the most searched terms on our site — so, here’s some …

Photos of The Beatles in Washington, D.C

For Pamela - The Beatles in front of the US Capitol - Feb 1964 - while this one is B&W, it's a different angle and shot closer in than the color one.

Paul McCartney, Richard Starkey, George Harrison, and John Lennon (Source- http://www.flickr.com/photos/20515735@N06/2533763657/)

Paul McCartney, Richard Starkey, George Harrison, and John Lennon. Especially George and John. because George looks so calm and he's looking to the opposite direction, and John is making a funny face

winstonpaul: Paul McCartney taking a break during the Let it be sessions.

"I tell you, Larry… there is no other band, there will never be any band like them, ever, for eternity. They are… the best… I say to you, Larry, here in 1965, that the children of 2000 will be listening to the Beatles. And I sincerely mean that."  - Brian Epstein interview with Larry Kane, 1965

Brian Epstein - manager of The Beatles

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