The Beatles Monopoly: Collector's Edition
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Hutchins finally set it up for 1965 and recalled: "I’d arranged to take them to Elvis’s house in Bel Air, something John had been asking me to do since the previous year.
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Hutchins said: "Elvis' dislike of the pacifist Beatle was born from the night I took the Fab Four to his house for their first – and last – meeting.
The world's best family board game brings you another exciting edition of MONOPOLY – The Beatles edition. Apparently, Elvis laughed it all off at the time but couldn't hide how offended he was. And he never forgot. In fact, it became a bit of an obsession for him. Visit your favourite songs and albums from the beloved band, but watch out for The Taxman, jail and bankruptcy.
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Visit your favourite songs and albums from the beloved band, but watch out for the Taxman, jail and bankruptcy.