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- The movie's poster was listed as #20 of "The 25 Best Movie Posters Ever" by Premiere Magazine.
- When the film was being restored for DVD, the producers obtained The Beatles' permission to remix the songs in order to produce a proper 5.1 music track. Engineer [?] Peter Cobbin went back to The Beatles' original four-track work tapes and assembled true multi-track masters for each of the 15 songs, enabling him to achieve stereo effects and adding clarity that had never previously been possible. Many Beatles fans objected to this, although the surviving Beatles themselves reportedly approved the new mixes.
- George comments "I know something about motors" when the submarine's stops working. As a matter of fact, George Harrison's brother was a mechanic, and George himself had worked as an apprentice electrician in his teens and planned to go into business with his brother.
- John Lennon's son [?] Sean Lennon knew nothing about his father's former life among The Beatles, until he saw the movie at his babysitter's. When Sean asked, Lennon explained that he'd given up that life, to be with Sean and [?] Yoko Ono.
- Peter Batten was a deserter from the British army at the time of the creation of the film. In the final weeks of production he was arrested for desertion, and Paul Angelis had to finish voicing the part of George.
- This film underwent restoration work in 1998 for release in 1999. Since it was the original British version that was restored, American audiences finally got to see the five minutes of footage that had been missing in the original 85-minute U.S. version, including the "Hey Bulldog" sequence, which was deleted for unknown reasons.
- Paul Angelis created the Chief Blue Meanie's teeth chattering sound by clanking two saucer plates together.
- According Lee Minoff, the character of the Nowhere Man is based on the noted theatrical director and doctor, [?] Jonathan Miller.