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Imagine: John Lennon

For the soundtrack to the film, see Imagine: John Lennon (soundtrack).
Imagine: John Lennon
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Directed by Andrew Solt
Produced by Andrew Solt
David L. Wolper
Written by Andrew Solt
Sam Egan
Starring John Lennon
Yoko Ono
Music by John Lennon
The Beatles
Cinematography Néstor Almendros
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) 7 October 1988
Running time 106 min
Country England

Imagine: John Lennon is a 1988 documentary film about English musician John Lennon.

Imagine: John Lennon, with its wealth of stock Lennon footage and self-narration, proved to be a well-received film.[1] Bridging his two musical phases together as a member of The Beatles and as a solo artist, Imagine: John Lennon is a career-spanning collection of Lennon's many musical highlights. In addition, there are a couple of heretofore unreleased recordings: an acoustic demo of "Real Love" taped in 1979 (an alternate recording of which would be finished by The Beatles for 1996' s Anthology 2) and a rehearsal take of "Imagine" in mid-1971 before the final take was captured.[2][3]

The project arrived at a timely juncture and was an attempt at thwarting the then-released The Lives of John Lennon by Albert Goldman, a controversial and reputation-tarnishing book which many dismissed as fiction, including Ono and Lennon's close friends.

See also


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • Photoblog dedicated to Imagine and Tittenhurst Park
  • Imagine: The Peace Ballad of John & Yoko exhibition Virtual Tour
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