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Beatles Examiner: Davy Jones

January 11, 2009 by  
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In an interview with Fancast: Inside TV, former Monkee Davy Jones tells why the Monkees TV show worked. “Well we had two great writers in the very beginning, Paul Mazursky and Larry Tucker. They were at the pulse then. They took ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ and put it on television every week. That was something the Beatles couldn’t do because of their schedule. All we did was take the idea the Beatles done and put it on the 21 inch screen instead of the movie screen. It’s quite simple; it’s easy to see that, you know.” It certainly is.

via Beatles Examiner: Beatles news briefs 1/10/09: A rare vintage Beatles show ticket on eBay.

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