John and Yoko-Give Peace a Song

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Released 9-Apr-2006
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The year is 1969. Headlines blare war and civil unrest, and in hotel room 1742 of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, John Lennon and Yoko Ono lay in bed surrounded by journalists with a dream to change the world.
In what was to become a defining moment in history, the eccentric rock n roll couple announce that they are staging a week long bed-in demonstration for peace, a mission in which they invite the rest of the world to symbolically climb into bed with them and share their dream for world peace.
John & Yoko: Give Peace A Song looks at the famous event with fresh eyes. Featuring rare archive footage of John and Yoko's wedding, the infamous bedside confrontation between John and conservative cartoonist Al Capp, Lennon debating media expert Marshall McLuhan, and meeting Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. The feature also includes the longest interview Yoko Ono has given in the last 25 years, showcasing never-before-seen bed-in footage from Yoko Ono's private archive. John & Yoko: Give Peace A Song also accounts numerous interviews with those that attended the bed-in such as comedian Tom Smothers, singer Petula Clark, Life Magazine photographer Gerry Deiter, Quebec musician Allen Radu, and numerous Lennon fans who also participated. Even singer Pete Seeger makes a special guest appearance, singing Give Peace A Chance.
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