Ever wonder what the Fab Four were like before they became The Beatles?
Just what were those early years on the road like for John, Paul, George and Ringo?
What led them to choose their now-historic band name? What really happened with the original drummer Pete Best? Most importantly, what brought them all together in the first place?
All these questions and more are answered for you in Love Me Do, a fascinating documentary of The Beatles early years.
This insightful and intriguing history of the band traces their existence from the very day John first met Paul at a church function, all the way up to their incredible rise to fame, and finally to their break-up many years later.
Filled with rare footage, and told through the eyes of Victor Spinetti, the actor who worked closely with the band in their first 3 films, as well as through the musicians and friends of the group, this story gives a truly vivid picture of the most successful band the world has ever seen.