On BBC 4 last night they showed some footage and the outtakes from there 1967 film "magical mystery tour" with interviews with Paul, Ringo and George Harrison. In an
interview with Paul he stated that he had a super 8 camera and would shoot many rolls of film just for a bit of fun at where ever he was at the time. He said he found
a camera that could rewind the film and run it through the camera twice to give odd effects, now my thoughts were, did we have super 8 in 1967 ?, and if so were there
many camera's that could rewind the film to run through twice. I have seen the film a few times, and to me any way it has the look of 8mm home movies all stuck
together in parts, was the inspiration to the film his super 8 camera and not just the LSD that was around at the time.