Some Beatles and Beatle-related events on July 29:
- July 29, 1965: The Beatles’ second movie, “Help!,” premieres in London. Ten thousand fans try to get a glimpse of the group.
- July 29, 1966: The American magazine Datebook publishes Maureen Cleave’s interview with John Lennon in which he declares “We are bigger than Jesus now.”
- July 29, 1961: Blair Hall, Liverpool.
- July 29, 1966: Bob Dylan nearly dies in a motorcycle accident.
- July 29, 1967: George Harrison, Patti Boyd and Mal Evans return to London to prepare to go to Los Angeles.
- July 29, 1968: Work begins on “Hey Jude.”
- July 29, 1969: Work on “Come Together,” “Sun King” and “Mean Mr. Mustard.”
- July 29, 1970: The Rolling Stones inform Allen Klein that neither he nor ABKCO Industries have authority to negotiate contracts for them.
- July 29, 1974: Mama Cass dies.
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