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The Beatles had only been in America for 11 days when they found themselves herded into Miami Beach’s 5th Street Gym for a photo op with a 22-year-old boxer named Cassius Clay. It was February 18th, 1964, and the band was in town to film their second appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Clay was prepping for his big fight with Heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston, but he was a 7-1 underdog and anxious to drum up ticket sales and press attention.

As photographer Harry Benson furiously snapped photos, the five of them spent the next few minutes goofing around in the gym. Clay pretended to punch George Harrison, with the others looking like they were about to fall down like dominoes. The boxer lifted Ringo Starr into his arms, and then the entire band got on the ground like he’d just KO’d them all.ntegral to the development of 1960s counterculture and popular music's recognition as an art form.

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  • Dimensions: 24” x 20”
  • Colored Artist Proof of 10 from Globe Photo’s
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Gallery Retail: $995
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Item #P66952

  • Certificate of authenticity included.
  • In condition as donated.
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