We’ll Always Have ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

The hugely re-watchable film is a great way to celebrate the Fab Four

Richard Lester directed the Beatles in their first film, 1964’s “A Hard Day’s Night.” Photo courtesy of United Artists

By Todd Hill

Few movies merit repeat viewing as much as “A Hard Day’s Night,” a film that was made, quickly and cheaply, as a merchandising ploy in 1964 to cash in on what was suspected would be the fleeting fame of a pop music group called .