Good Ol' Freda





Good O'l Freda is a documentary about Freda Kelly, the Beatles secretary and friend. It's one of the few documentaries with full support of the living Beatles and it's full of original footage of the band, as well as great footage of life in the 60s (I loved seeing all the clothes!). It was recently on More4 in the UK and more information about the documentary can be found here.

Definitely one to watch!

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  1. I can't wait to see it, Sarah! It's like saying, "I wish I'd been a fly on the wall..." Freda Kelly was that fly on the wall - there on the inside as a witness to history unfolding. Thanks for letting me know about this documentary!

    I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Happy new year to you, dear friend Sarah!

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    1. It's a great film Shady and Freda is such a lovely lady. I had a lovely Christmas thank you, I hope you did too!

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  2. Oh I'd LOVE to see this! I shall be keeping an eye out for it. I hope your Christmas was splendid!

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    1. Oh it's right up your street, you would love it. My Christmas was lovely thank you, I hope yours was too.

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  3. How have i been missing your posts? silly bloglovin. anyway. Shady alerted me that you had also blogged about Freda, so i hope you dont think i'd doubled up on you! I really liked the film, and it was so good that she remained gracious about her job and didnt take advantage of them. their are too many people like that in the music industry now

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    1. Bloglovin can be odd sometimes, it went through a period of not letting me read certain blogs that I followed! I didn't think you were doubling up my dear, we seem to be on the same wavelength! I loved that Freda is still so humble, like she said in the film she could easily have made a fortune but she didn't. Such a lovely lady.

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  4. This sounds right up my music history loving alley. Thank you very much for letting me know about this engaging look at Freda's time with the Beatles. What an incredible job she had - lucky lady!

    ♥ Jessica

    *PS* Thank you so much for each and every one of your recent, awesome, blog comments, dear Sarah. It's always a joy to receive one from you.

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    1. Aww you are more than welcome Jessica, it's always a pleasure to read your blog! You should definitely check out the documentary if you get a chance.

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