John Lennon Overview:

Actor, John Lennon, was born John Winston Lennon on Oct 9, 1940 in Liverpool, Merseyside. Lennon died at the age of 40 on Dec 8, 1980 in New York City, NY .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Recording.

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50 Years Ago: The Joy of John, Paul, George & Ringo

By FlickChick on Feb 9, 2014 From A Person in the Dark

50 years ago my life changed for the better because of the Fab Four. Before them, I was a mere child playing with childish things. But, at the age of 10 my life was transformed. I knew love! I had a purpose! I worshiped, yes worshiped, the Beatles. My room was a shrine. I cried the night t... Read full article


: Imagine

By Chris on Apr 30, 2013 From Family Friendly Reviews

Family-Friendly Rating: ?Highly Recommended? song (but highly “Avoidable” album and film) for anyone in your family who may not yet be familiar with it and a perfect suggestion for pre-teens and teenagers who may never have heard it before. This is not at all true for the album and movie... Read full article


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John Lennon Quotes:

John: Ringo, what are you up to?
Ringo: [Ringo is sitting under a hairdryer wearing a beefeater's bearskin hat and reading a magazine] Page five!
John: You always fancied yourself as a guardsman, didn't you?


Bhuta: [in the Indian restaurant, referring to Ringo] Excuse me, sirs, but if he is to be sacrificed before the dread Kaili, why is he not painted red?
John: That's a question I'll never be able to pluck up the courage to ask... but as he's me best friend I will.


Clapper: You married?
Gripweed: No, I play the harmonica.


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John Lennon Facts
Amateur photographer Paul Goresh was the last person to photograph Lennon alive, autographing his "Double Fantasy" album for Mark David Chapman, just hours before Chapman fatally shot Lennon. A press photographer sneaked into the morgue, photographing Lennon's body in state before it was taken to be cremated.

The Beatles were inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame for their outstanding contribution to British music and integral part of British music culture. [11 November 2004]

His assassination is referred to in the lyrics of the Marillion song "Warm Wet Circles" (from their 1987 album "Clutching at Straws") and is the subject of The Chameleons' song "Here Today" (from their 1983 album "Script of the Bridge").

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