In the wake of the JFK assassination, would soon arrive the seemingly perfect anecdote for America’s malaise. In 1964, four charismatic lads allegedly hailing from a dank and gray overcast port called Liverpool, appeared on the popular Ed Sullivan show and proceeded, armed with rough hewed guitars and sunny melodies, to pluck euphoria from the oak strong grip of sorrow, holding captive America’s hearts as well as their imaginations.
However, after more than sixty years since that eventful night on American television, cracks are starting to appear in the media sorcerer’s wall of spells.
And now, it is time to tear the wall completely down. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (part VI)”