Continuity mistake: In the scene where the Beatles are in bed sleeping, and Ringo is getting pulled out of bed by the ring, he falls out of bed, and brings the blankets with him. In the next shot however, the bed clothes are back on his bed.
Continuity mistake: The scene where the wheel falls off the car is obviously not the first take as the bottom edge of the rear wing is already damaged from where it hits the ground. It wasn't damaged in the previous shot, when George is undoing the wheel nuts.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where John, George and Ringo are about to take their seat in the restaurant, look closely at the mirror on the wall. You can see Paul dancing with Ahme. However, when John then asks, 'Are you eating too, Paul?' and the shot cuts to Paul, the original belly dancer, not yet replaced by Ahme, is the one dancing.
Trivia: When the scenes in the Alps were filmed, a large group of photographers followed the Beatles around, determined to get a photo of one falling off their skis. The only one they actualy got was staged by Paul.
Trivia: The title, 'Help', had to be reconsidered when it was discovered that another company were making a film of the same title, so an exclamation mark was added to differentiate it.
Superintendent: So this is the famous ring?
Ringo: I'm in fear of me life, you know.
Superintendent: And these are the famous Beatles?
John: So this is the famous Scotland Yard, eh?
Superintendent: And how long do you think you'll last?
John: Can't say fairer than that. The Great Train Robbery, eh? How's that going?
Engineer: Boys! Are you buzzing?
John: No thanks, we've got the car.
Ahme: Hold! Release him or I shoot, and I am a dead-eye shot, shooting.
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