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Are the Beatles out of order at Madame Tussauds at the Venetian?

The Abbey Road Traveling Experience,” a re-creation of the Beatles’ “Abbey Road” album cover, is at Madame Tussauds in the Venetian through May 28, 2012.
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The Beatles at Madame Tussauds

The Beatles' "Abbey Road."

Since the unveiling of the “Abbey Road Traveling Experience” at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas at the Venetian on Monday, Beatles fans have been quick to point out that the fantastic wax replicas of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, the late George Harrison and Ringo Starr are out of order in the re-creation of the “Abbey Road” album cover, as one can see in the Fab Four photo gallery by contributing photographer Erik Kabik.

Well, that’s because they were set up out of order intentionally. The exhibit and experience, on display through May 28, are interactive, and fans are invited to test their knowledge and identify the six major differences between the iconic album cover and the exhibit.

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OK, here are the six:

1. On the album cover, the order is Lennon, Starr, McCartney and Harrison. In the exhibit, it’s Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr.

2. On the album cover, McCartney is holding a cigarette. In the exhibit, he is not holding a cigarette.

3. On the album cover, McCartney is barefoot. In the exhibit, he is wearing flip-flops.

4. On the album cover, Harrison is wearing white shoes. In the exhibit, his shoes are brown.

5. On the album cover, the Beatles are walking across a street. In the exhibit, they are walking across a piano decal.

6. The backdrop in the exhibit is contemporary.

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