This documentary explores the life of Freda Kelly, a run-of-the-mill Liverpudlian teen who happened to be hired to be a secretary for The Beatles just before they rose to international fame, becoming arguably the most influential rock band of all time. She continued to work for them during their entire existence, and this film finds her sharing some amazing stories about her personal interactions with John, Paul, George, and Ringo, and the madness that surrounded them during the 1960s.~Perry Seibert
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"Juke Box Jury," How I Won the War
Screening Q&A with Freda Kelly
The fest for Beatles fans
Interview with Director Ryan White
Commentary with Freda Kelly and Director Ryan White
This is a great movie for Beatle fans! Freda was part of the Beatle family and gives you facts that even the best fans don't know. Wonderful, exciting, and very informative! Great viewing foe the family!
Good for people who want to know more about the inner circle of the Beatles. Freda was a secretary who was a loyal employee and kept many secrets. A good watch!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Any Beatlemaniac would love this documentary!
Being a huge Beatles fan, I thought I knew pretty much all there was to know about them, except for Freda Kelly. This documentary tells the amazing story of a woman nobody ever heard of, but may actually have been the fifth Beatle. A modest woman who considered herself a simple secretary who just did her job in the eye of the storm that was "Beatlemania". A very well done documentary that's eye-opening and entertaining.