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George Harrison from Help!

Help! Is a wacky comedy film from 1965 that follows The Beatles as they are on the run and trying to protect Ringo Starr from a cult that is after them. In between scenes in the film, of course they have musical moments where they stop to preform their songs.

George Harrison has many different costumes int his film, but two in particular are standouts. One is his matching look with the rest of the members that consists of a black duster coat, a red and white scarf, and George in particular wears a black top hat. Another is his all-denim costume with a denim blue button down shirt, and blue denim jeans.

The Beatles from “I Feel Fine”

I Feel Fine is a music video and song by The Beatles from 1965. This song was released on the Capitol album Beatles ‘65. This silly music video is in black and white and features all 4 members Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They each dress similarly with some unique elements to their outfit. George wears a brown turtleneck sweater, black dress pants, and black shoes. You can replace the brown sweater with gray if you’d like to keep the black and white look of the music video itself when doing a group costume. Paul and Ringo wear the same outfit: a black turtleneck, black dress pants, and black shoes. And finally, John wears a black turtleneck, black blazer, gray pants, and black shoes.

George Harrison from the Rooftop Concert

George Harrison from the Rooftop Concert

Like most things Beatles, their 1969 rooftop concert in central London was iconic, and so were their outfits that day. Before the police eventually shut down their performance, the Fab Four played numbers from their Get Back sessions, which would ultimately comprise their final album Let It Be. George Harrison’s look is best remembered for his shaggy fur coat, bright green pants, and of course his Rosewood Tele.

The Beatles on Abbey Road

Abbey Road is the eleventh studio album from the Beatles. Released in 1969, the album includes hits such as “Come Together” and Here Comes the Sun.” This album cover has become one of the most famous and imitated in music history. In this picture, from left to right: George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon. Some of the pieces are interchangeable. For instance, Ringo and John both wear white button downs, and George and John both wear white sneakers.

The Beatles at Shea Stadium

The Beatles performed at Shea Stadium in 1965 in matching khaki jackets. It set records for attendance as one of the most famous concert events of the 60s. From left to right, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. If you want to specifically dress as Paul, add a sheriff’s badge. Grab three friends to make a fab four!

George Harrison from True Love

George Harrison from “True Love”

In his 1976 cover of Cole Porter’s “True Love”, George Harrison unsuccessfully woos a parasoled lady with a romantic gondola ride and a plush heart. She remains unimpressed however and tosses the gift overboard. It’s only when she spots an aged cupid with a cigarette dangling from his mouth that she falls in love… with the angel.

George Harrison from Yellow Submarine

George Harrison from Yellow Submarine

In the animated musical film Yellow Submarine, George Harrison travels with his Beatles mates John, Paul, and Ringo travel by a yellow submarine with their friend Old Fred to Pepperland.

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