We all know the story that Paul told in "Anthology"
"The Grosvenor Ballroom in Wallasey was one of the worst places; there would be a hundred Wallasey lads squaring up to a hundred lads from Seacombe and all hell would break loose. I remember one night a rumble had started before I realised what was happening. I ran to the stage to save my Elpico amp, my pride and joy at the time. There were fists flying everywhere. One Ted grabbed me and said, 'Don't move, or you're bloody dead!' I was scared for my life, but I had to get that amp."
However, I was watching a behind the scenes video of "Broad St" and they were filming the Ballroom Dancing scene. McCartney is telling a story about the early Beatles how there were always fights when they played and apparently a Ted grabbed the amp from Paul and said "One move and you're dead!" and McCartney replied, "Ok, you can have it!"
What? A discrepancy in a McCartney story?? https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=29&v=b6MKei3GR1c
At 17:58 it starts...