This is an interesting documentary about the making of the Beatles' 'Magical Mystery Tour' film. It is narrated by Victor Spinetti, and it comprises of a series of interviews with various participants and eyewitnesses along with some behind the scenes film footage and photographs of the shoot. A lot of the film footage is rather grainy, but the interviews are frequently very good value, especially Neil Innes on the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band's involvement, Victor Spinetti on his role in the film, and Frieda Kelly on how her job as the Beatles' fan club secretary resulted in her getting a place on the coach close to Ringo. There is also a very interesting radio interview with George Harrison, and a somewhat less interesting interview with Ringo, both of which were recorded in Newquay in September 1967 whilst the filming of the mystery tour was still underway. There is no actual footage of the film itself, and the music is mostly instrumental versions of Beatles songs performed by other musicians. This may put some people off, but this documentary is worth checking out if you are a Beatles fanatic.