"We've always disliked that sort of phoney star image, you know,
and we'd much rather be ourselves. We've always thought,
'If they don't like us how we are... then hard luck.'"
Celebrities are disposable if they do not do as they are told. In this significant scene in "A Hard Day's Night" (1964). George is told he will be replaced if he does not do and say as he is told. And what he is supposed to do and say has the sole purpose of manipulating the masses...
Paul McCartney (left) vs. his impostor-replacement (right)
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