Word Origin and History for beatlemania
The social phenomenon of Beatlemania, which finds expression in handbags, balloons and other articles bearing the likeness of the loved ones, or in the hysterical screaming of young girls whenever the Beatle Quartet performs in public. ["London Times," Dec. 27, 1963]
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Fifty years ago this month the Daily Mirror first diagnosed ‘Beatlemania’ as it was sweeping the world.
Had those reporters been women,” McKinney speculates, the “defining words of Beatlemania would have been different.
The subject of a documentary at SXSW, she breaks her silence on going out with the band, crazed fans, and Beatlemania.The Beatles’ Secretary, Good Ol’ Freda, Breaks Silence in Exclusive SXSW Interview
March 14, 2013