Because Paul betrayed the Beatles and John at the end, Peter would be Paul. Remus Lupin would Be Ringo Starr. Ringo spent most of his childhood in the hospital due to Tuberculosis. He was also the voice of reason. Sirius Black would be George because he was like a little brother to John.
Trust me. I took an entire college course on The Beatles. Paul is an asshole.
You do you. My main goal here is to clear up the fact that Ringo could never be Peter and Remus could only be Ringo. The only two Beatles Peter could possibly match up with are Paul and George. Paul was the traitor. George always felt like he was treated like a kid brother and he didn't get enough respect. In fact, Ringo, not unlike Remus, would be more inclusive and respectful with George . Listen to Ringo sing "Boys" and hear him acknowledge George several times. While Peter may be like George, Sirius CANNOT be Paul, so Sirius is George who had a very close friendship with John once The Beatles split. John and George were always goofing off when The Beatles were together, anyway. That's my final verdict.
James Potter= John Lennon Lily Evans= Yoko Ono Sirius Black= George Harrison (My brother has just informed me that he wants James to be George Harrison so that Snape could be Eric CLapton. Nah.) Remus Lupin= Ringo Starr Peter Pettigrew= Paul McCartney
Post by Terry Craig on May 18, 2017 15:56:52 GMT -5
I only know about John beating wife and child before marrying Ono. There was also the Lennon/McCartney falling out, of course, though I thought that was just some regular petty ego clashing and creative control dispute. What did Paul actually do to betray the Beatles? Start a solo career?
Paul was just really difficult. From the wiki page for his Solo album of 1970 "McCartney has said that he "boycotted" Apple's offices after Klein's arrival in 1969, and biographers observe that his continued isolation in 1970 led to Lennon, Harrison and Starr making business decisions without McCartney's input. One decision concerned the release of the Let It Be documentary, a necessity in order to fulfil the Beatles' contractual obligations to film company United Artists.[nb 2]
McCartney had privately agreed to a mid-April release date for McCartney with Apple Records executive Neil Aspinall, one of the few people associated with the Beatles who was aware of the project. Its late addition to Apple's schedule clashed with the imminent release of the Let It Be album, and of Starr's solo debut, Sentimental Journey, which was due out on 27 March. On 25 March, after discovering that Klein had already arranged to have the release of McCartney postponed, McCartney received an assurance from Harrison, as a director of Apple Records, that his solo album would be issued on 17 April, as planned.[nb 3]
The situation then changed when Spector reported that work on the Let It Be album was almost complete, meaning that it could be issued to coincide with the film's world premiere, which was scheduled for 28 April, in New York. Doggett writes that "the solution was obvious", since Let It Be was "a multimedia package" and, as a band venture rather than a solo album, it "should automatically take precedence". Harrison and Lennon therefore wrote to McCartney on 31 March to say that they had instructed EMI, Apple's parent label, to postpone his album until 4 June; they also explained the need to stagger the various new releases, particularly in America, where the Hey Jude compilation had been issued on 26 February. Rather than have a member of staff deliver the letter to McCartney at Cavendish Avenue, Starr decided to take it to him personally.
McCartney later described the tone of Starr's message as "the party line", to which he reacted badly: "I told [Starr] to get out. I had to do something like that in order to assert myself because I was just sinking ... I was getting pummelled about the head, in my mind anyway." According to Starr, McCartney "went crazy", threatening: "I'll finish you now. You'll pay!" Although the other Beatles backed down over the release of McCartney, the confrontation initiated what Rodriguez terms "a three-against-one war" within the band."
He also announced that the Beatles were breaking up when he was promoting this solo album without the consent of the other three.
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