Yellow Submarine

Yellow Submarine
Yellow Submarine

Film Details

Year

1968

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

A must-see for fans of The Beatles and anyone else who enjoys wildly imaginative animated adventures. The Fab Four leave Liverpool aboard a yellow submarine, which comes ashore in the world of Pepperland - a place that thanks to the blue meanies features no music, no love and no peace. But all that's set to change, with the help of a stellar soundtrack, beautiful animation and the kind of loveable humour which typified the Beatles throughout their career.

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Very mild threat.

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