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George Harrison: Living in the Material World (2-Sep-2011)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Keywords: Music Documentary, Biography

Biopic examines the life, times, and spirituality of Beatles guitarist George Harrison.

ABSTRACT
Produced with the help of the remaining members of the Beatles, their family members, and archive footage, George Harrison: Living in the Material World follows the so-called "Quiet Beatle"'s life and times as an accomplished musician, philanthropist, and spiritualist up until his untimely 2001 passing at the hands of lung cancer.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jane Birkin
Actor
14-Dec-1946   Sang on Je t'aime ... moi non plus
Pattie Boyd
Model
17-Mar-1944   Ex-Wife of George Harrison, Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton
Guitarist
30-Mar-1945   Slowhand
Terry Gilliam
Film Director
22-Nov-1940   Monty Python alumnus, Brazil
Eric Idle
Comic
29-Mar-1943   Monty Python
Jeff Lynne
Musician
30-Dec-1947   Frontman for Electric Light Orchestra
George Martin
Music Producer
3-Jan-1926   Beatles producer
Paul McCartney
Musician
18-Jun-1942   Beatle
Yoko Ono
Artist
18-Feb-1933   Impenetrable musician, wife of John Lennon
Tom Petty
Musician
20-Oct-1950   Don't Come Around Here No More
Ravi Shankar
Musician
7-Apr-1920 11-Dec-2012 World-renowned composer, performer
Phil Spector
Music Producer
26-Dec-1940   Creator of the Wall of Sound
Ringo Starr
Drummer
7-Jul-1940   Beatle
Jackie Stewart
Auto Racing
11-Jun-1939   Three time Formula-1 world champion

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