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23 Photos That Prove Beatles Fans Were Doing The Absolute Most In The '60s

KatyCats and Beliebers ain't got nothing on Beatlemania.

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The Beatles arrive at London Airport after their US tour on Feb. 22, 1964. From front: Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr.)

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Beatles fans attempt to enter the Customs Hall at London Airport by crawling into the baggage conveyor belt in 1964.

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The San Francisco airport after 1,000 Beatles fans came to see the band touch down for the start of their American tour in 1964.

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Left: The secretary of the Beatles fan club shows off the hundreds of Valentine's cards sent to the group by their adoring fans in 1964. Right: Workers at the Beatles Fan Club in London empty one of many sacks of fan mail in 1963.

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A sculpture of the Beatles titled "Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!" on view at the 13th annual Exhibition of the Society of Portrait Sculptors in 1965.

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A huge crowd gathers outside the Town Hall in Melbourne to greet the Beatles during their tour of Australia and New Zealand in 1964.

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