John Lennon on DVD: 29 April 1967



A.a. Title: Getty Images.
Location: Alexandra Palace, London. Country: England.
Date: Saturday 29 April 1967. Aired: .

User "Paper Shoes" reported on a Beatles forum that, contrary to what has been widely reported, the short clips
of John attending the 14-Hour Technicolour Dream was not included in the BBC2 program Man Alive, broadcast in May 1967.
Instead, (s)he makes the case that the footage originates from Peter Whitehead’s crew, which was gathering material
for
Tonite Let’s All Make Love in London and "apparently caught sight of Lennon and eventually made use of the film clips
of John in a re-working of his original film released in 1994 as Pink Floyd London 66-67."

Source:

A.b. Title: Pink Floyd: London '66-'67.
Location: Alexandra Palace, London. Country: England.
Date: Saturday 29 April 1967. Released: Thursday 29 September 1994.

MJ’s The Mark Jones Beatles Video Collection, Vol. 1 (third captures) has the clearest dub.

Source: BEA-005-D. "A Year in Pepperland" (Fab) (2:15)

A.c. Title: Pink Floyd: London '66-'67.
Location: Alexandra Palace, London. Country: England.
Date: Saturday 29 April 1967. Released: Thursday 29 September 1994.

Source: Classic Albums

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