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Yellow Submarine (Widescreen) [Import]

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  • Actors: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, The Beatles
  • Directors: George Dunning
  • Writers: Al Brodax, Erich Segal, Jack Mendelsohn, Lee Minoff, Roger McGough
  • Producers: Al Brodax, Alan Kozlowski, Mary Ellen Stewart
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Warner
  • Release Date: April 1 2003
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 218 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00000JRUQ
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Beatles ~ Yellow Submarine

This restored, animated valentine to the Beatles offers viewers the rare chance to see a work that's been substantially improved by its technical facelift, not just supersized with extra footage. Recognizing that its song-studded soundtrack alone makes Yellow Submarine a video annuity, United Artists has lavished a frame-by-frame refurbishment of the original feature, while replacing its original monaural audio tracks with a meticulously reconstructed stereo mix that actually refines legendary original album versions.

What emerges is a vivid time capsule of the late '60s and a minor milestone in animation. The music represents the quartet's zenith--Rubber Soul, Revolver, and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The story line, cobbled together by producer Al Brodax and a committee of writers, is a broad, feather-light allegory set in idyllic Pepperland, where the gentle citizens are threatened by the nasty, music-hating Blue Meanies and their surreal arsenal of henchmen, with the Beatles enlisted to thwart the bad guys. Visually, designer Heinz Edelmann mixes the biomorphic squiggles, day-glo palette, and Beardsley-esque portraits of Peter Max with rotoscoped still photographs and film; Edelmann's animated collages also nod to Andy Warhol and Magritte in properly psychedelic fashion, which works wonderfully with such terrific songs.

High orthodox Beatlemaniacs can still grouse that the animated Fab Four are (literally) flat archetypes, but that's missing the sheer bloom of the music or the giddy, campy fun of the visuals. Making sense of the story is second to submerging blissfully in the sights and sounds of this video treat. --Sam Sutherland

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I never thought the movie was great until my 5 year old started watching it. I am hooked (or re-hooked on the Beatles). The music and images are far better than anything on TV. Sure, squint your eyes (or ears) real hard and find some type of references to the 60's - but the're not there if you simply enjoy the feast.
My daughter now hums the songs, we have a Beatles poster in her room - - an no more Sponge Bob, Scooby Doo, or those Princesses. YEA!
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 22 2014
Format: DVD
"Yellow Submarine" is one of those movies that, for me, is pure nostalgia. It was my first introduction to the Beatles, and one of the first non-Disney animated movies I saw.

Even though it makes absolutely no sense, "Yellow Submarine" is still a delightfully weird, acid-tripping story that bounces all over a colorful galaxy of hallucinatory nonsense. And yes, it stars the Beatles as heroes riding around in a Yellow Submarine, seeking to defeat the Blue Meanies. No joke.

Under the sea, there is an idyllic land known as Pepperland, where music rules. But then the music-hating Blue Meanies invade, petrifying the people with green apples and sealing away St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Fortunately Old Fred the sailor manages to escape in a yellow submarine, to find help.

He finds it in Liverpool, where he enlists the depressed Ringo, and subsequently Ringo's four buddies John, Paul and George. So the yellow submarine sets out to Pepperland, but encounters many strange dangers along the way -- the Sea of Time, the Sea of Science, a monstrous vacuum, giant stomping boots, the Foothills of the Headlands (which is full of giant heads), the "nowhere man" in his "nowhereland," and the mind-bending Sea of Holes.

But when they get to Pepperland, they find a ruined shell ruled over by the Nazi-like Blue Meanies. Can the Beatles elude petrification/capture, and somehow manage to bring music back to Pepperland?

"Yellow Submarine" has almost no story, and the dialogue often makes little sense. This is a movie that is all about the visuals -- colorful, wild, acid-tripping visuals that seem to be trying to dazzle your eyes.
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Ah, "Yellow Submarine". I had wanted to see this movie for ages ... and so I was very happy when, last January, my mom and dad got me a copy of this for my birthday. Since I received it, I've watched it several times, and enjoyed each one a little more than the time which came before. If you're a Beatles fan, a music fan, or an animation fan, you need look no further than here if you're at today just searching for something you might like.
While the plot of this movie is really nothing special, the music, visuals, and characters more than make up for it, and so you'll be guaranteed to be entertained whenever you pop this into your dvd player. Basically, a musical, magical, mystical place called Pepperland, located far beneath the ocean waves, is under attack by a race of music-hating creatures called Blue Meanies. One fellow, able to escape Pepperland before the Blue Meanies turned him to stone, sets off to find help for his fellow citizens, and makes his way to Liverpool. There, he (naturally) enlists the assistence of four musicians, and together they journey back to Pepperland in order to fight the Blue Meanie Menace. That's about it.
Along the way, however, they journey through some amazing (and to my knowledge, unknown) places, such as the Sea of Monsters, the Sea of Holes (classic line found here, together with a lot of ... holes ...), and a little (and big) place called Nowhere. This journey up to the arrival in Pepperland is actually my favorite part of the movie. Very episodic and varied, with some interesting sights and some great lines. This is a VERY quotable movie.
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Yellow Submarine (1968.) The fourth Beatles movie.
The first two Beatles films, A Hard Day's Night and Help!, were great movies. Unfortunately, their third film, Magical Mystery Tour, was a disaster! Because of its short length, it didn't count toward the three film contract they had signed. What they came up with to fill the requirement was Yellow Submarine - an ANIMATED film. How does it measure up? Read on and find out.
Beneath the sea, there is a peaceful kingdom known as Pepperland. But a group of villains known as the Blue Meanies have attacked the kingdom. Fortunately, one member of the society escapes from the attack, and goes out to search for help. Guess who he recruits to save Pepperland.
This is a very strange movie - but it's also a very good one. I had my doubts that an animated movie would work, but for the most part it does. I have several complaints about the film, though. First of all, too much time is wasted with music videos and the band's journey back to Pepperland - that time could better have been used to make the battle scenes more entertaining. My second complaint is the character of Jeremy. My god, is this guy annoying. But my biggest complaint? The band members don't do their own voices! In fact the REAL band only appears once in the movie, and that's at the very end of the film. Despite my complaints, this IS a good movie, though.
The DVD has some extras, and they're pretty enjoyable, however they aren't anything extremely special. If you've got the old VHS pressing of the movie, there is really no need to get the DVD. The latest reissues of the movie, however, do feature a scene that was cut from the original movie - the Bulldog scene.
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