“I’ve got some great shots of John being pensive. His typical pose was to sit with one foot on his other knee – his foot was always high up – it was like his set-up. But here he’s deep in thought while playing.” -Ringo Starr [x] 

“I’ve got some great shots of John being pensive. His typical pose was to sit with one foot on his other knee – his foot was always high up – it was like his set-up. But here he’s deep in thought while playing.” -Ringo Starr [x] 


Paul and Jane in India (1968)
From Ringo’s new book “Photograph” 

Paul and Jane in India (1968)

From Ringo’s new book “Photograph” 


George Harrison and Richard Lester on the set of “A Hard Day’s Night” - “I don’t think that there’s any question [that George was the best actor of the four of them], but I’m not sure if you went around and asked people who saw the films that they would feel that necessarily. Ringo, because his was the showy part, he was always the odd one out, so he was given characteristics that were more sympathetic. John, I don’t think was interested and didn’t bother. Paul was too interested and tried too hard and George was always the one that was forgotten. So he just did it and got on with it.” — Richard Lester
George Harrison and Richard Lester on the set of “A Hard Day’s Night” - “I don’t think that there’s any question [that George was the best actor of the four of them], but I’m not sure if you went around and asked people who saw the films that they would feel that necessarily. Ringo, because his was the showy part, he was always the odd one out, so he was given characteristics that were more sympathetic. John, I don’t think was interested and didn’t bother. Paul was too interested and tried too hard and George was always the one that was forgotten. So he just did it and got on with it.” — Richard Lester