Barry Tyler from London reminisces: "I believe this was the special edition of Pathe Pictorial wholly devoted to a live performance by The Beatles. It was in colour and was the only time I know of that Pathe used the Cinemascope format. I think it was in 1964 when I was working as a projectionist (Cinematograph Technician) at the Warner Cinema Leicester Square and we were instructed to hold the showing of Pathe Pictorial as it was being replaced."
"... It was probably the best film ever made in the Pathe Pictorial series. Even in the projection room there was the impression of actually being in the theatre where they were performing."
In 2014, British Pathe finished the job of uploading their entire film archive to YouTube, including the full film, but also clips (offcuts, selected scenes, out-takes, rushes) not seen in the finished version of The Beatles Come To Town.
Unfortunately, British Pathé uploaded the film in 25 frames per socond, in stead of the correct framerate of 24 fps.
The complete 8 minutes long film has not been released on VHS or DVD, let alone Blu-ray.