It’s been a hard day’s fight, but group of Japanese Beatles fans have lost bid to get police to hand over historic footage of band’s 1966 Japan visit. The superfans took battle for film — recorded by police as security measure — all the way to Supreme court, arguing it was “historical document.”

by The Japan Times

The Japan Times— It's been a hard day's fight, but a group of Japanese Beatles fans have lost their bid to get police to hand over historic footage of the band's 1966 Japan

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