London, November 8: Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' film sketches are set to be auctioned for 125,000 pounds in Los Angeles.
The collection includes hand-painted scenes from the 1968 adventure in which the Fab Four travel in the Yellow Submarine to Pepperland to save it from the Blue Meanies, the Daily Express reported.
One of the highlights of the collection, which will go under the hammer at Heritage Auctions, is the rare scene of John, Paul, George and Ringo with instructions on the bold colours for their clothes and Ringo's rings.
The sketches also feature the music-hating Blue Meanies and their snarling four-headed pet bulldog.
A lot of the 80 cartoons, which are for sale, were drawn by German illustrator Heinz Edelmann, and most of them belonged to an anonymous collector who worked on the film. (ANI)