“We Shed Tears That Night” – Peter Jackson And Stephen Wept Watching Footage Of The Beatles

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Published on November 25, 2021

In part one of this multi-part interview, Stephen welcomes Sir Peter Jackson and sets the stage for their in-depth discussion of Jackson’s work directing the incredible Disney+ documentary, “The Beatles: Get Back,” which is set to change the public’s perception of the relationship between John, Paul, George and Ringo in their final years as bandmates. #Colbert #TheBeatles #PeterJackson

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24 comments

  • laalaa99stl 7 months ago

    The director’s “cut” of this should just be all 57 hours uncut. Come on! You know we’d watch it!
    And it would only be slightly longer than the extended LOTR trilogy 😂

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  • Delight Loves Movies 7 months ago

    Wow Peter looks really tired. He put so much work into all this. I cant wait to see it.

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  • No Comment 7 months ago

    TEN!!!

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  • laalaa99stl 7 months ago

    “I tried to save the Shire, and it has been saved, but not for me. It must often be so, Sam, when things are in danger: someone has to give them up, lose them, so that others may keep them.”

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  • songOmatic 7 months ago

    I’m in Wellington right now.

    Lucky me!

    Take care, Rest Of The World…

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  • Vickie Norgrove 7 months ago

    Oh yeah this documentary! My lecturer and a University alumnus worked on the music for this! I find it pretty cool that Peter Jackson branches out to fellow New Zealand composers especially ones in Wellington, the city known for art. They also worked with Peter and Fran on LOTR and The Hobbit. So it was pretty awesome hearing my lecturer teach a new topic in music technology then go on a bit of tangent about his times working on big films and tv shows then and now that relate to the topic! Best lecturer in The New Zealand School of Music hands down.

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  • Geoffrey Martinez 7 months ago

    I am wondering about being directed by this gentleman. Didn’t understand half of what he said.

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  • Lucas Bender 7 months ago

    Can’t wait to see it 🙂

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  • Mister Derp 7 months ago

    Peter looks sick…like SICK sick…I hope he’s okay

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  • Frederick Nathaniel 7 months ago

    Wept like the numerous women & son Lennon admitted beating

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  • James Beshears 7 months ago

    Always felt the Love🎶 ❤✌🕉🍏

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  • anjingkuda 7 months ago

    holy shit look at that HD remastered image quality from 70s tapes. that’s the real magic

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  • essem 7 months ago

    Does he normally bumble like this?

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  • Mandy 7 months ago

    Peter Jackson suffers from J K Rowling syndrome – first work so successful that no one can ever tell him he needs to edit himself. Actually he is much worse than JK, the spider scene in King Kong being a case in point, even before you get to The Hobbit. Peter, for the love of god, hire someone to tell you when to stop! Signed, fellow NZer.

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  • steve conn 7 months ago

    Rewriting history to suit Paul’s vision; John was on heroin, called the sessions six weeks of hell, came to blows with George over Yoko, and George quit for a week over that and Paul telling him how to play his parts (seen in the original released film). They basically were sick of eachother and in lawsuits the next month. Don’t believe the Jackson/Disney/Paul Stalinist hype.

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  • bob burroughs 7 months ago

    Watching part 1 now – why the subtitles when such a point was made of technology updates? I’d rather puzzle over what they’re saying than get sidetracked by subtitles.

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  • DAEMENOTH DIABLOS 7 months ago

    these episodes keep getting put in a strange order so they end up out of sequence. i love this show but that drives me nuts, this video and the one next to it should be in the opposite order but the second part is before the first part?

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  • MNM 7 months ago

    To sterilized !

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  • Chris Andersen 7 months ago

    Oh boy! Magnificent and fragile. Oh. Art. Sometimes, it does work?? Hmmm!!…

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  • LSK Clips 7 months ago

    This guy just becomes a billionaire

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