En viss tid efter denna presskonferens. hamnade gitarren i Yoko Onos tidigare make Tony Cox ägo. Han sålde den till Hard Rock Cafe-kedjan. Den lär finnas på Hard Rock Cafe i Honolulu på Hawaii. Det är inte känt om gitarren någonsin har varit med under någon inspelning med The Beatles. Men det sägs att gitarren användes i samband med inspelningen av låten Getting Better.
Eftersom allt ljud från juniorpresskonferensen inte har sparats samt det faktum att mycket av vad som sades dränktes av fansens skrik återges här bara en del av den transkriberade intervjun.
John Lennon: OHN: Yay! Tee-hee!
McCartney: Erm, I’m probably gonna get married with Jane.
Q: I want to know who your favourite American group is.
Lennon: Just one? There’s a lot of them.
McCartney: There’s quite a few of them, you know. Beach Boys, Lovin’ Spoonful, Byrds, Mamas And Papas.
Q: I’d like to know, John, are you making a movie without the other Beatles?
Lennon: When I get home from doing this.
Q: Are you gonna have a lead part?
Q: A small part?
Lennon: It’s… you know. I wouldn’t take a lead part. I wouldn’t like to.
Q: Will they put your name in the mo.. you know in the um…
Lennon: I’m big enough to get a mensh.
Q: I’d like to ask Paul when the whole group is going to make their next picture.
McCartney: The next picture, we’ll probably make it, I think, early next year. But at the moment the man’s writing a script, and it depends on the script, you know, when we make it.
Q: I’d like to ask John – Is it true he went around London in a gorilla suit?
Lennon: No. That was a film called Morgan. I’ve got a gorilla suit, which I’ve worn about twice to frighten a few people, and it’s too hot.
Q: I’d like to know, do you mean all the lyrics that you write?
McCartney: We mean them as lyrics. But I mean, if we write ‘We all live in a yellow submarine we don’t really mean that.
Q: Paul, is Eleanor Rigby cryptic? Does it got a hidden meaning?
McCartney: No, no. No. It’s just a straight song.
Lennon: That aint no hidden meaning, baby.
Q: I wonder, being in a group with four people and becoming famous so young, how you managed to evolve with separate personalities.
Paul McCartney: The main thing is, it’s true that we’re a group of four people together with an image, but we don’t believe that. We don’t take that bit of us too seriously.
John Lennon: We’re still us, you know.
McCartney: We’re still individuals.
Q: I’d like to wish John a happy wedding anniversary.
Lennon: Oh, thank you!
Q: I want to know if any of you know Patricia Flater in Cumberland, England.
McCartney: Patricia who?
Q: Flater. F.L.A.T.E.R.
Q: I’d like to ask Paul, who is Eleanor Rigby? I read in The Beatles Book that she is a person. Who is she?
McCartney: No, she isn’t. It was just a name. It was nearly gonna be Daisy Hawkins.
Q: I read that she was someplace with you fellas, that she met you.
McCartney: No, it’s not a real person. It’s only imagination.
Q: In the beginning of your album, right before Taxman there’s a lot of squeaking.
George Harrison: It’s just the bit before we recorded it, what happened to be on the tape. That part usually gets cut off. We thought you’d like to hear it.
Q: I want to know – How come you don’t have the same Help! movie and Hard Day’s Night movie here in the United States. It’s not as long. Why did you cut it?
Harrison: United Artists cut the pieces out of it. Not us.
McCartney: It’s got nothing to do with us, you see. Other people do that, cut it. We just make it.
Q: I heard that Sid Bernstein offered you to come back next year. Are you looking forward to it?
Lennon: We never heard about it.
Q: What do you think of miniskirts, and do you think they will go higher?
McCartney: Well, I like miniskirts. I think they’re fine. The thing is, at the moment it’s miniskirts, but in Victorian times people were ashamed to show their ankles, you know.
McCartney: It’s just got a bit higher, now. It may go even higher. Whoopie!
Q: George, do you have a cousin named Maggie?
Q: I’d like to know what you think of the boys that followed you from the airport last night.
Lennon: We didn’t notice them.
Q: I’d like to ask any of you – Have you seen the Beatles cartoon show?
Ringo Starr: Yeah.
Q: What do you think of it?
Starr: It’s OK.
Q: Do you think it’s a good portrayal of your character?
McCartney: It’s not really like us, but it’s fun.
Q: I’d like to know if this press conference was your idea or if you’re just here because of…
Starr: Everybody’s having a good time.
Q: Ringo, where do you get all your rings?
Starr: Erm, people buy them for me, you know.
Q: I’d like to know, how do you decide who is going to sing the lead in any of your songs?