You've never seen The Beatles like this.
In a series of exclusive shots, friend and photographer, David Magnus, captures intimate and candid moments of The Beatles during a historic television gig.
On June 25, 1967, performers from 19 countries from around the world appeared together for the first time on Our World - the first international television production broadcast made by satellite.
About 400 million people watched as The Beatles closed out the show with a stellar performance of "All You Need Is Love."
Magnus was on hand to capture the moment in stunning color and classic black and white shots. The images were lost over the years, but now, 50 years later, they will be on display for the first time ever in the United States at New York City's Morrison Hotel Gallery on June 1.
Here's a quick peek at the candid, never-before-seen photos: