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Beatles Supercut: Beatles Original Recordings Used In Movies (VIDEO)

05/09/2012 10:45 am ET

Lionsgate shelled out $250,000 for "Mad Men" to use The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows," making it the most expensive music deal the studio has ever made.

But Don Draper wasn't the only one to tune in, turn on, drop out to The Beatles. In 1986, Ferris Bueller rocked out to The Beatles' "Twist and Shout" at the Von Steuben Day Parade in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." We're pretty sure Benjamin Button was a fan of that one too.

Refresh your memory and watch a supercut of movies that could also afford to use The Beatles' original recordings above.

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