Hard days night.

John Lennon ....John
Paul McCartney ....Paul
George Harrison ....George
Ringo Starr ....Ringo
Wilfrid Brambell .... Paul's Grandfather
Norman Rossington ....Norm
John Junkin .... Shake
David Jaxon .... Young Boy
Pattie Boyd (later Mrs. Harrison) .... Jean (Schoolgirl on Train #1) (uncredited)

When Ringo puts his coat over a hole and the lady falls in.
When the police are chasing after the beatles, and Ringo walks behind them.
When John ASSURES the lady that he isn't John, then says "She looks more like him than i do."
When Ringo does Hiel Hitler. Its just something you dont see everyday.
The way Ringo dances at the club

Memorable Quotes from Hard Day's Night, A (1964)
John: Standin' about, eh? Some people have it dead easy.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: Are you a mod, or a rocker?
Ringo: Um, no. I'm a mocker.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- George: He's very fussy about his drums, you know. They loom large in his legend.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Norm: The place is surging with girls.
John: Please sir, sir, can I have one to surge me sir, please sir?
Norm: No, you can't!
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: Has success changed your life?
George: Yes.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: Do you think these haircuts have come to stay?
Ringo: Well, this one has. You know, it's stuck on good and proper now.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: What do you call that collar?
Ringo: A collar.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- George: What's the matter with you, then?
Ringo: It's his grandfather. I can tell he doesn't like me. It's cause I'm little.
George: Ah, you've got an inferiority complex, you have.
Ringo: Yeah, I know, that's why I play the drums. It's me active compensatory factor.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lady: Hello.
John: Hello.
Lady: Oh wait a minute, don't tell me who you are.
John: No I'm not.
Lady: Oh you are.
John: I'm not.
Lady: Oh you are, I know you are.
John: I'm not, no.
Lady: You look just like him.
John: Do I? You're the first one that's said that ever.
Lady: Yes you do, look.
John: No my eyes are lighter. The nose.
Lady: Oh yes your nose is very.
John: Is it?
Lady: I would have said so.
John: You know him better though.
Lady: I do not. He's only a casual acquaintance.
John: That's what you say.
Lady: What have you heard?
John: It's all over the place.
Lady: Is it? Is it really?
John: But I wouldn't have it. I stuck up for you.
Lady: I knew I could rely on you.
John: Thanks.
Lady: [puts on her glasses] You don't look like him at all.
[John walks away pouting]
John: She looks more like him than I do.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [After Ringo gets a pile of fan mail.]
George: He comes from a large family.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John: Control yourself. You'll spurt.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Norm: God knows what you've unleashed on the unsuspecting South. It'll be wine, women, and song all the way with Ringo when he gets the taste for it.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Police Inspector: What's his name?
Ringo: Well, if you're gonna get technical about it.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ringo: Any of you lot put a man in the cupboard?

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Man on train: Don't take that tone with me young man. I fought the war for your sort. Ringo: I bet you're sorry you won.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: How did you find America?
John: Turned left at Greenland.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Reporter: What would you call that hairstyle you're wearing?
George: Arthur.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Man On Train: I shall call the guard.
Paul: Ah, but what? They don't take kindly to insults you know.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Huge stacks of fan mail is delivered.]
Ringo: None for me, then?
Norm: Sorry.
John: [handing Ringo one letter] Here, this'll keep you busy.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- George: That's not your grandfather.
Paul: It is, you know.
George: But I've seen your grandfather, he lives in your house.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grandfather: It's your nose you know. Fans are funny that way, they take a dislike to things. They'll pick on a nose.
Ringo: Aw...you pick on your own.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John: I bet he hasn't even got a wife. Look at his sweater.
Paul: You never know, she might have knitted it.
John: She knitted him.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grandfather: Hullo.
John: He can talk then, can he?
Paul: 'Course he can talk. He's a human being, isn't he?
Ringo: Well if he's your grandfather, who knows! Ha ha ha!
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John: We know how to behave! We've had lessons.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- George: Sorry we hurt your field mister.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Having makeup applied]
George: Hey, you won't interfere with the basic rugged concept of me personality, will you madam?
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [The boys are listening to the radio]
Man on Train: And we'll have that thing off as well, thank you.
Ringo: But--
Man on Train: An elementary knowledge of the Railway Acts would tell you that I'm perfectly within my rights.
Paul: Yeah, but we want to hear it, and there's more of us than you. We're a community, like, a majority vote. Up the workers and all that stuff!
Man on Train: Then I suggest you take that damned thing to the corridor or some other part of the train where you obviously belong.
John: [Leaning over to the man] Give us a kiss.

Trivia for Hard Day's Night, A (1964)
The constant mention of Paul's grandfather being "very clean" are references to actor Wilfrid Brambell playing a rag and bone man in "Steptoe and Son (1962)", featuring the catch-phrase "You dirty old man."

The scene with Ringo walking along the river bank was adapted for the script when the other three Beatles failed to show for the shooting due to hangovers. Hehe...

Norm and Shake are loosely based on the Beatles' real-life road managers Neil Aspinall and Mal Evans, respectively.

The people chasing the Beatles into the train at the beginning of the film are real fans. They were hand picked for whomever screamed the loudest, I heard. ?

The title song was written after the movie was filmed. Ringo came up with it. He said to a reporter that asked about his day "Its been a hard day." Looked up, saw it was night, "'s night"

Ringo Starr is invited to "Le Cercle" gambling club, the same club where James Bond makes his first appearance in Dr. No (1962). God.

Besides Grandfather's gambling at "Le Cercle Club," there is another James Bond connection: Vernon, Richard (the grumpy old man on the train) plays Smithers -- the man who lectures Bond on gold in Goldfinger (1964). SPOOKY!

While filming on the train, George Harrison met his first wife, actress Boyd, Patti. She played the School Girl, with long blond hair, that says "Prisoners?" to Paul's grandfather.

In the scene where the Beatles are running and playing in the field, John Lennon was not there. He was away promoting his new book "John Lennon: In His Own Write." A body double filled in for John, and close-up shots of John were edited into the scene later.

Songs played.>
"A Hard Day's Night" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"I Should've Known Better" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"I Wanna Be Your Man" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Played at the one club they went to.

"Don't Bother Me" Written by George Harrison

"All My Loving" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"If I Fell" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"Can't Buy Me Love" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Played when running in the feild.

"And I Love Her" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Played on stage "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"This Boy (Ringo's Theme)" (instrumental) Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney When he's out a-wandering

"Tell Me Why" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

"She Loves You" Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney