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"...I was dreaming of the past..."
...the dream is over...

Barbara Baker Iris Caldwell Geraldine McGovern Thelma Pickles Dorothy Rhone Bernadette Farrell Jane Asher Maggie McGivern Kathy Simmonds Shelley Duvall
John's girls:... Paul's girls:... George's Girls:... Ringo's girls:
Beth
biography
Barbara Baker

biography and picture
Margaret Jones

biography
Thelma Pickles

biography and picture
Renata

biography
Bettina Derlien

biography
Ida Holly

biography
Ronnie Bennett

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Alma Cogan

biography and pictures
Jenny Kee (groupie)

biography and picture
May Pang

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... Linda Thorpe
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Layla

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Julie Arthur

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Celia

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Thelma Pickles

biography and picture
Dorothy Rhone
biography and pictures
Cory Sentrop

*soon*
Ruth Lallemannd

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Erika Hubers

biography
Anita Cochrane
biography and pictures
Iris Caldwell

biography and pictures
Sandra Cogan

biography and pictures
Jane Asher

1960s pictures & articles
Julie Felix

biography and pictures
Maggie McGivern

biography and pictures
Francie Schwartz

pictures
Winona Williams

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... Jennifer Brewer
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Iris Caldwell

biography and pictures
Ruth Morrison

biography
Monika Pricken

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Bernadette Farrell

biography and pictures
Ann Marie Guirron

biography and pictures
Pauline Behan

biography and pictures
Estelle Bennett

pictures
Krissy Wood

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Kathy Simmonds

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... Patricia Davies
biography and pictures
Geraldine McGovern

biography and pictures
Heike Evert

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Paula Bennett

biography, letter and picture
Shelley Duvall

biography and pictures
Lyndsey De Paul

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Nancy Andrews

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Stephanie La Motta

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Susan Alpert

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Random Girlfriend Quotes

Paul in 1969: "Jane was my girl friend, but not any more. We are still in love with one another, but it's impossible. It didn't happen. I still love all my old girlfriends, don't you?"

Ringo in 1965 about a girl he fancied at the factory he used to work in: "One day I took a fancy to a girl in one of the offices , but it was a long time before I could pluck up the courage to ask her to go to the pictures with me. I used to dress like a Ted, so I dashed home to change out of me jeans and came back in me Teddy Boy suit with thick crepe-soled shoes, thinking I was going to knock her dead. We took a bus to the Mayfair cinema, Aigburth, but I hadn't much money and as I was standing at the cashier's desk buying the tickets, she walked straight towards the entrance to the expensive seats! I chased after her, gently steering her by the arm to the front stalls - where we sat, necks aching, looking up at the screen. Funny thing, I never saw her again!"

Ex-bandmate Ken Brown about the band's early impressions of girls: "In those days, Paul was not very interested in girls - he took one or two to the pictures, but that was all. He was in love with music. George was the same. Ruth was crazy over him, but he did not bother very much with her. George and Paul both thought it a great laugh that John was so keen on Cynthia, the lovely girl who used to go to art school with him. Even then, four years before they married, they were crazy over each other. Cyn used to travel thirty miles a night from her home in Hoylake just to sit by the stage of the Casbah, listening to John playing with us."

Paul about Hamburg girls: "We were baptised in Hamburg because there were the girls! Of course it was striptease girls and hookers. I remember going out with a shortish dark-haired girl who was quite attractive but I think she was a strip-teaser, she was certainly something professional, and I remember feeling very intimidated in bed with her, spent the whole night not doing an awful lot but trying to work up to it... You couldn't say any girl coming down to the Reeperbahn was fair game because some of them were quite respectable kids who'd just bunked out on a Sunday afternoon and did observe the Ausweikontrolle the curfew. [all those under eighteen had to leave the clubs before ten o'clock at night] ...There were some really nice chicks that we had our eyes on who would have to go home. There was one called Renata, who John fell for quite heavily, and there were a couple of other girls who were quite a bit nicer. And then there was the lot who lived in St Pauli, who weren't bussed in on the Sunday afternoon for a bit of dancing, but who actually lived there, so they were in the clubs and restaurants later. There were a few chicks there who we went out with who were okay. They were just teenage girlfriends."

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