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Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Postby Silversong » Mon Dec 29, 2014 7:10 am

"You know it's Faul because he'll have a beaked nose". (PID)

Many people would claim there was no one performing as Paul McCartney with a beakish nose until after late 1966. In the following collage, I will show that some of the early-era Pauls had differently-shaped beakish noses. Sometimes it was more noticeable when they were smiling or singing, but there was at least a hint of it regardless in certain Paul versions.
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While others from the early era had varied nose shapes. (yes, there may be repeats here, but from different angles). Notice the difference in eyebrows throughout as well. Some are highly swooped, others are low and pointy. Some are in-between. Some noses are upturned, while others are straight. Some are short, others long. Note, too, some have long chins, others have short chins, and there are differences in hair type and texture.

Wherever the teeth show, however, they are always the same pattern. The left nostril is higher and flared on nearly every Paul I have studied, as well as the left eye being lower on each and every one of them, except when it’s reversed to the right side.

Some of these are smiling and singing, yet there are no beakish noses.
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Paul’s nose does not beak every time he smiles, but as we have and will continue to show, it sometimes does. It depends on how much he stiffens his nostrils and which Paul it is.

Same with “Faul”. Sometimes his nose beaks when he smiles.
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And sometimes it doesn’t.
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Re: Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Postby Silversong » Mon Dec 29, 2014 7:11 am

Could some of the earlier beak-nosed Pauls have been recycled – or “re-issued” - as later-era Pauls? Here they’re smiling equally, and the noses are equally beaked. Same eyebrows, eyes, chin and jawline. Same teeth.
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Perhaps with age and the fact that the nose grows longer with the tip drooping down even more, a smile becomes unnecessary in order for it to show up.
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Re: Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Postby Silversong » Mon Dec 29, 2014 7:26 am

A very small, short nose here.
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Here's 3 distinct kinds of pre-66 noses. (different ears & chins, too).
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(bottom from PID blog). Combined with the beaking nose and the small short (pug) nose, that makes at least 5.

This looks like it could be an “in-betweener” as regards the nose, and as noted previously, there were other instances of this. If he smiled just a little more, would it become more beakish?
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Re: Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Postby Silversong » Mon Dec 29, 2014 7:28 am

Here's yet another 'thumbs up' gesture from yet another beak-nose Paul. It just has to be some kind of "hi sign" to their masters that they're pulling off their mission. Oops, isn't he supposed to be left-handed?
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That's the George with the very dark eyebrows. He startles me when I see him on videos. He had that perfect "bowl" haircut. Paul here has that really sharp angular jawline of teen John that we never see again after the 50's.

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Just so everyone understands, in case anyone is new to this subject, we're not making fun of beakish noses. It's because those who believe the PID theory make fun of the beak-nosed Paul - whom they refer to as "Faul" or "Bill" - and say he never showed up until after the "one and only Paul" was killed, that we are making an issue of showing there were Pauls before that with beakish noses. Now we even see the other Beatles that same way at times, and lo and behold, we see some of the British Queens that way, too, with many other facial features similar to the Beatles.
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Re: Early-Era Beak-Nose Beatle Pauls

Postby Silversong » Mon Dec 29, 2014 7:29 am

Here's another good shot of 1964 Ed Sullivan Beatle Paul with a beakish nose as he sings. Also notice his height compared to George. He had narrow hips and very long, straight legs.
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Zooming in on 1964 Ed Sullivan Beatle Paul, is this the same fake ear? It gets a little too blurry on the left when I make it bigger, but it could be the same or similar.

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(Can someone explain why the color of his ear doesn’t match his face in the left picture? Was it added after the picture was taken? Is it another “Lee” Press-on ear - not a biological component of his body?)
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