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On February 9, 1964, The Beatles made their first live appearance on American television on The Ed Sullivan Show, ratcheting up the frenzy of a fan base whose ecstatic devotion to the band heralded an explosive new wave of youth culture. "I Wanna Hold Your Hand", is a fictitious and humorous look back to that fateful weekend, following six New Jersey teens, each with a different reason for wanting to see the Fab Four,, on a madcap mission to Manhattan to meet the band and score tickets to the show. Written and Directed by Robert Zemeckis, with cowriter Bob Gale and produced by Steven Spielberg.

Bonus Features (Director Approved):

* New 4K digital restoration, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack.
* New conversation among Zemeckis, Gale, and executive producer Steven Spielberg
* New interview with actors Nancy Allen and Marc McClure
* Audio commentary from 2004 featuring Zemeckis and Gale
* The Lift (1972) & A Field of Honor (1973), 2 early short films by Zemeckis
* Trailer and radio spots
* Plus: An essay by critic Scott Tobias

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Model: 1137