About 14 million viewers tuned in for Sunday's broadcast of "The Beatles: The Night That Changed America,"
The program featured surviving Beatles members
Letterman, host of
"I was just so excited," Starr said. "I mean, even coming back yesterday... I've been back 100 times. I've done the show with you, but it's like, 'Oh, I'm getting involved in all the excitement of it all then.' You know, it's not like we go around saying, 'Oh, that day.' Now, I'm here, I'm looking out the window, I'm in the plaza and all the kids were down there. And now we're back on the stage again."
"It's like going back to your old school, isn't it?" McCartney said of the theater.
"Yeah, well, that's right, yeah," Letterman said.
"It looks little now," McCartney commented. "You thought it was huge."
About 74 million people watched the Beatles' U.S. television debut in 1964,
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