I Wanna Hold Your Hand HD Movie Download
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I Wanna Hold Your Hand
Year : 1978
IMDB Rating: 7
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Top Billing Cast: Nancy Allen as Pam Mitchell Eddie Deezen as Richard 'Ringo' Klaus Wendie Jo Sperber as Rosie Petrofsky Ringo Starr as Himself
About: Six teenagers from New Jersey are determined to see the Beatles' first appearance in the U.S.A., even if it means embarking on the journey without tickets to the show. The trip is rife with unexpected twists and unfortunate mishaps, but the girls remain steadfast in their goal of reaching their musical idols. Missing this opportunity would haunt them for a lifetime.Download I Wanna Hold Your Hand movie in :
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- Director Robert Zemeckis' feature debut, as well as his first of many collaborations with producer Steven Spielberg. Despite the film's relatively modest budget (approximately $2.8 million), Universal Studios were uneasy with Spielberg's choice in hiring the unproven director. To prevent Zemeckis from being fired, executive Ned Tanen made Spielberg agree that if Zemeckis was doing a markedly poor job, Spielberg would step in and direct the film himself. This way, Universal could hardly lose: they would either have given a new whiz-kid director his first chance, or they would have gained another Spielberg film to release.
- The crowd signs showing their love for The Beatles were originally made by the studio's prop department and came back looking far too professional, so they asked the head of the dept. to take supplies to his child's school and have the kids make them instead.
- First film produced by Steven Spielberg through his Amblin Productions company.
- It took nine months to secure the rights to all the songs by The Beatles.
- Wendie Jo Sperber lied about her age to nab the role as she was actually seventeen. Nancy Allen was twenty-seven; Susan Kendall Newman was twenty-four.
- Four of the film's stars - Bobby Di Cicco, Wendie Jo Sperber, Nancy Allen and Eddie Deezen - would go on to appear in 1941 (1979), which was directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis.
- Warner Bros. would not let Zemeckis direct as they had a policy in place forbidding them from using a first-time director, it was Brian De Palma's fault after his debut for them, Get to Know Your Rabbit (1972), was a dud and instead had eyes on Jonathan Demme. Instead, Spielberg pulled some strings and helped convince the studio to release the film to Universal where Zemeckis was given the green light.