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The Beatles pose after a performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ at Studio 50, New York, 9 February, 1964. 

The Beatles pose after a performance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’ at Studio 50, New York, 9 February, 1964. 

John, Paul, Ringo and Brian Epstein with Ed Sullivan during a rehearsal for the Ed Sullivan Show, 8 February 1964. Scan from Beatles Book Monthly No. 274. 

John, Paul, Ringo and Brian Epstein with Ed Sullivan during a rehearsal for the Ed Sullivan Show, 8 February 1964. Scan from Beatles Book Monthly No. 274. 

Paul and John with Ed Sullivan during rehearsals for The Ed Sullivan Show in Miami. 16 February 1964.

Paul and John with Ed Sullivan during rehearsals for The Ed Sullivan Show in Miami. 16 February 1964.

Ed Sullivan Show rehearsals, 9 February 1964.

Ed Sullivan Show rehearsals, 9 February 1964.

Rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in Miami, 16 February 1964. 

Rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in Miami, 16 February 1964. 

09 Feb 1964, New York
Original caption: 2/9/1964-New York, New York- Terry McDermott (center, standing), of Bay City, MI, world famous barber, (he won the only US Gold Medal at the 9th Winter Games-1964), attempts to give a haircut to “bouncy Beatle” Paul McCartney of the Beatles as the rest of the famous quartet look on. The smiling man second from the right is none other than Ed Sullivan, in whose CBS-TV dressing room the clowning took place.]

09 Feb 1964, New York

Original caption: 2/9/1964-New York, New York- Terry McDermott (center, standing), of Bay City, MI, world famous barber, (he won the only US Gold Medal at the 9th Winter Games-1964), attempts to give a haircut to “bouncy Beatle” Paul McCartney of the Beatles as the rest of the famous quartet look on. The smiling man second from the right is none other than Ed Sullivan, in whose CBS-TV dressing room the clowning took place.]

This telegram was sent to the Beatles by Elvis and Colonel Tom Parker and was read out on the Ed Sullivan show of 9 February 1964 for the Beatles’ first live appearance on American television.
Photo by Robert Freeman.

This telegram was sent to the Beatles by Elvis and Colonel Tom Parker and was read out on the Ed Sullivan show of 9 February 1964 for the Beatles’ first live appearance on American television.

Photo by Robert Freeman.

The Beatles and Ed Sullivan during rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in New York City, 9 February 1964.

The Beatles and Ed Sullivan during rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in New York City, 9 February 1964.

The Beatles with Ed Sullivan, New York, 9 February 1964.

The Beatles with Ed Sullivan, New York, 9 February 1964.

The Beatles with Ed Sullivan, New York, 9 February 1964.

The Beatles with Ed Sullivan, New York, 9 February 1964.

Taping of a segment for ‘Toast of the Town,’ the CBS variety program hosted by Ed Sullivan, New York, 14 August 1965

Taping of a segment for ‘Toast of the Town,’ the CBS variety program hosted by Ed Sullivan, New York, 14 August 1965

Ed Sullivan rehearsals, 9 February 1964.
The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 4 March 1964, page 10, 11

Ed Sullivan rehearsals, 9 February 1964.

The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 4 March 1964, page 10, 11

Rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show, 9 February 1964.

Rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show, 9 February 1964.

During rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan Show in Miami, 16 February 1964.

The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, recorded on 9 February and broadcast on 23 February 1964.

The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, recorded on 9 February and broadcast on 23 February 1964.