The snaps show the Fab Four during a visit to the London studio where the 1968 movie was made, and the musicians are seen meeting life-sized cut-outs of their animated selves.
The collection of more than 150 transparencies is expected to fetch as much as $60,000 (£40,000) when it goes on sale at Omega Auctions in Stockport, England on Friday (29Nov13).
Continue reading: The Beatles' Yellow Submarine Pictures Up For Auction
A lot of some 80 hand-painted drawings on sheets of celluloid are expected to fetch up to $187,500 (£125,000) during the Heritage Auctions sale in Los Angeles on 20 November (13).
The scenes were originally owned by a collector who worked on the cult 1968 film, which featured the Fab Four as animated characters.
The Polar Express director had been connected to the project while DICk Cook was the chairman of Disney, but he has stepped down, claiming he wants to be more selective with the films he makes over the remainder of his career.
Zemeckis tells The Hollywood Reporter, "I'm not going to do Yellow Submarine... and I don't want to do any remakes. You're behind the eight ball from the get-go.
Continue reading: Robert Zemeckis Pulls Out Of Yellow Submarine Revamp
The bronze figure modelled on Euterpe, muse of music and lyric poetry, was presented to the Fab Four in 1966 for excellence in songwriting and composing.
An unnamed woman took the statuette home in the 1980s after finding it in a derelict office block in London, and she used it to prop open a door in her home.
Continue reading: The Beatles' Ivor Novello Award Up For Auction
The producer passed away at home in Kent, England on Sunday (16Sep12) following a battle with cancer.
Starting his career in film as a distributor in Asia, he went on to become one of the most respected figures in animation after working on the Fab Four's psychedelic hit in the late 1960s.
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The 1968 film, which has been out of print for years, will hit stores at the end of May (12).
Restoration expert Paul Rutan, Jr. and his team of specialists at Triage Motion Picture Services and Eque Inc. worked on the film for months, cleaning up the film's photochemical elements by hand, frame by frame.
The Dvd and Blu-Ray packages will feature a making-of documentary, the film's original theatrical trailer, audio commentary by producer John Coates and art director Heinz Edelmann and interviews with others involved with the film.
Continue reading: Yellow Submarine To Sail Again As Restored Dvd
Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis set the project up and hired Cary Elwes, Dean Lennox Kelly, Peter Serafinowicz and Adam Campbell to play the Fab Four in a remake of the 1968 animated film.
The production was due to feature 16 of the band's songs and use advanced motion-capture technology to re-create the fantasy world.
But the film is said to have suffered budget troubles, while a meeting with Beatles representatives was pushed back numerous times and a planned conference in December (10) was cancelled and never rescheduled, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Continue reading: Yellow Submarine Remake Scrapped
Zemeckis and Disney bosses have brokered a deal that would allow them to rework the 1968 film and create a performance-capture 3-D digital production.
And Zemeckis - the man behind The Polar Express and Jim Carrey's new animated version of A Christmas Carol - wants to get the Beatles involved.
He tells MTV, "We haven’t gotten the word yet on the two surviving Beatles, whether they’re interested in doing it or not."
Continue reading: Zemeckis Wants Starr And Mccartney For Yellow Submarine Remake
The Kooks frontman Luke Pritchard was almost arrested by police in Germany after dancing to the Beatles classic hit Yellow Submarine in a nightclub.
The singer and fellow bandmates were in Munich earlier this year (07) when he requested the Beatles track in one of the city's venues.
But Pritchard was almost arrested by police after trying to jump on stage with the club's band.
He tells MTV, "I was really drunk and I asked them (the band) to go and play Yellow Submarine and they played it but I tried to get on stage to play with them.
"I was going to sing it and they went nuts, this guy grabbed me - one of the big Bavarian dudes in the full, little hat and trousers!
"I sat back down but they phoned up the police and told them we were doing drugs in the building. Luckily we weren't so they didn't arrest us. Quite a funny night actually. We left kind of screaming and shouting."
Hitmaking duo Gnarls Barkley will literally make cultural history in their new video when they play a part in a series of major events from the last 100 years.
The CRAZY stars have been digitally added to military coups, famous jazz and soul performances, the Woodstock and Altamont music festivals and they get animated for a spoof of the Beatles' Yellow Submarine cartoon, called BARON VON COUNTERCULTURE'S GROOVY PURPLE DIRIGIBLE.
They also show up in landmark videos by David Bowie (LET'S DANCE) and Michael Jackson (THRILLER).
The new promo also features Dennis Hopper and Dean Stockwell as pop culture historians.
The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.