Instant Index: Ringo Starr Searches for Grown Up Teens

By ABC News

Oct 21, 2013 10:08pm

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Ringo Starr Searches for Grown Up Teens
Where were you in 1964? Back then, the Beatles had just arrived in the United States and Ringo Starr snapped a picture of the crowd. A pack of teenagers surrounded their car, smiling back at him. Starr kept the photo all these years and is now trying to find those grown-up kids. He thinks it was taken in Miami and those teens would now be in their 60s.


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