When the freeman A'Bland flees from a false accusation of murder that means imprisonment and death, his children, Alice & Oswald, are seized by the men-at-arms who serve the Lord Fitz Urse. watch
Three people who knew The Beatles well -- Peter Asher, Pattie Boyd, and Mick Jones -- talk about the band's early years and what it meant to make their U.S. debut. Anthony Mason hosted the panel as part of the CBS News live event, "50 Years: The Beatles," at the Ed Sullivan Theater on Feb. 9, 2014, the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first U.S. performance.
On the 50th anniversary of The Beatles landmark “Ed Sullivan Show” performance, Donovan, Peter Asher, Beatles scholar Martin Lewis and their secretary, Freda Kelly, reflect on the band's legacy and Beatlemania in America. (Photo: AP)
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