Lionsgate: Re-release A Hard Day's Night in color in theaters for the 50th Anniversary
  • Petitioned Brittany Olsen

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Brittany Olsen

Lionsgate: Re-release A Hard Day's Night in color in theaters for the 50th Anniversary

    1. Petition by

      Sophia Wetzel

The Beatles were the most influential group in history, their influence is still around even today, so why not honor their first movie with a re-release? This slap-stick comedy is hilarious at any age, and is filled with music that changed the world. With John, "the clever one", Paul, "the cute one", George, "the quiet one", and Ringo, "the funny one", the undying beauty of the Beatles can be remembered by all in color, updating the 1964 black-and-white version. Even the fool on the hill will watch, so its time we bring the boys back.

To:
Brittany Olsen, Lions Gate Entertainment
Will you please re-release A Hard Day's Night in theaters in color for the 50th Anniversary? It is such and iconic movie, and the Beatles are such an iconic band, they deserve to have another chance on the big screen.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • brooke vanore ELLICOTT CITY, MD
      • 7 months ago

      the beatles are inconic and need to be a more important part of todays youth. showing this movie again is a step in the direction.

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    • KA TIE LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 7 months ago

      bc the beatles in color

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    • Andrea Jones FRESNO, CA
      • 7 months ago

      BECOS IT'S THA BEATOLS

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    • Samantha Borkowski TOMS RIVER, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      Because the Beatles have been such a huge influence on my life, for my entire life!

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    • Olivia Brocklehurst VANCOUVER, CANADA
      • 7 months ago

      paul mccartney's face in 1964

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