Director Ron Howard will make a new film focusing on the Beatles' touring years from 1960-66.
Ken Thorne, the Academy Award-winning film composer who worked with the Beatles and the Monkees, died on July 9.
The Beatles began recording 'Maxwell's Silver Hammer,' one of their least-beloved songs, on July 9, 1969.
The Beatles first movie had its world premiere in London on July 6, 1964.
On June 26, 1964 a plane carrying the Beatles was the target of a "Germ Bomb" death threat.
On June 24, 1984, Jimmy Page sat in with Yes for a cover of one of the Beatles' most raucous tunes.
Only a week after it was reported to have been in development, the proposed NBC television series about the Beatles has already been dealt a potentially crushing blow.
The Beatles will release a 14-LP set of their mono mixes on Sept. 8.
NBC are reportedly in talks to develop a TV series about the Beatles.
The Beatles' sad end wasn't with 'Let It Be,' but much earlier when they hooked up with Allen Klein over the objections of Paul McCartney.