I first saw it broadcast on the local PBS affiliate in Philadelphia (Channel 12). I videotaped it. It was combined with the Shea Stadium film and I'm pretty sure there were having a fund raiser that night. The TV station probably stopped in the middle of both movies to request money. I believe the year was early 1985. I'm thinking it was same night I also videotaped Neil Young and the International Harvesters on Austin City Limits. I watched the Neil Young thing often. I really wish THAT was available for purchase. I had a chance to see a film print of "Magical Mystery Tour" in high school - but I had some sort of conflict - probably football practice - and I missed it. I remember being SHOCKED that my high school somehow had a print. I think there were some signs around the school saying "Beatles film fest". We had a small theater that could show a movie. I remember the school showing us "To Kill a Mockingbird" one day. When I saw the signs around school my assumption was they were showing "Help" or "Hard Day's Night" (both of which were on television regularly back then). The showing would have been around 3 or 4 PM (basically 'after school') I'm guessing the year was 1979.