On May 26, 1969 John Lennon And Yoko Ono moved into the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal for the historic seven-day, bed-in protest against violence in the world. Captured on film and video by various visitors over the seven days Give Peace A Song documents the events that took place. This new production contains exclusive rare film from the archive of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation with outtakes from John and Yoko's own movie of the event. On the last day of the bed-in John posted lyrics on the hotel room walls for a spontaneous group recording. This DVD captures the actual live recording of 'Give Peace A Chance' as it was recorded at this sit-in. This song was later to become a world-wide hit and the universal anthem for world peace.