RINGO STARR is releasing a book of photographs next month . . . and it includes a picture he took of six teenagers in a car during THE BEATLES first trip to America in 1964.
The six of them had cut class to go see the band arrive in New York . . . and they just happened to pass a limousine carrying the band. Ringo signaled for them to roll down their window, and then took the photo.
Last week, Ringo announced that he wanted to know who the kids were . . . so "USA Today" helped him out by running the photo . . . and within days they were found.
Yesterday, they reunited on the "Today" show, and even recreated the photo . . . 49 years later. They were short one person though, because one guy passed away in 2011.