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The Beatles – Let It Be Film 16mm DVD

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Source: the original Uncropped Fullscreen 16mm Stereo version from a very high quality German print (see additional notes below)


Full Menu & Chapters

Also a Bonus

An additional feature has been added in the form of optional captions which provide the exact date for each scene

Video attributes:

Video compression mode: MPEG-2

TV system: 525/60 (NTSC)

Aspect ratio: 4:3

Display mode: Both Pan&scan and Letterbox

Source picture resolution: 720×480 (525/60)

Frame rate: 30.00

Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed

Bitrate: 6.93Mbps

Audio attributes:

Audio coding mode: Dolby Digital

Sampling rate: 48kHz

Audio application mode: Not Specified

Number of audio channels:2.0

Bitrate: 448 Kbps

Number of audio streams: 2

Source Notes:

Let It Be was originally conceived as a TV documentary and was thus shot in 4:3 on 16mm stock. Later the decision was made to format it into a feature film, necessitating a pan-and-scan transfer of the 16mm film to a widescreen 35mm frame. The original 4:3 version was then left largely unseen by the public, with most broadcasters opting for the widescreen version or the shrunken 4:3 version released on laserdisc.

Previously we presented the widescreen theatrical version of the film with a new stereo soundtrack. Here we offer the original uncropped 16mm version from a very high quality German print. The extra picture at the top and bottom gives the film a different feel – more like a documentary and less like a theatrical feature. This version is totally different to the grainy, heavily cropped print released on vhs and laserdisc in 1981, and includes the same remastered stereo soundtrack as the widescreen version. An additional feature has been added in the form of optional captions which provide the exact date for each scene

A scant few subtitles in German originally marred this print. Here they have been seamlessly removed, providing fans with the first ever opportunity to watch this unique movie in uninterrupted high quality vision and sound.

Audio and video restoration by Hobnail. This DVD was produced and released for free, so don’t sell it!

Should The Beatles ever release the LET IT BE film in any official capacity, please support the artists and filmmakers and buy the official product. Produced in 2011. NTSC Region free.

Added Notes (from Hob)

There have been some slight extra changes made to this version, mainly the fixing of dodgy synch from the original film. A couple of bits come to mind,

such as Mal Evan’s anvil banging in Maxwell’s Silver Hammer and parts of John’s vocal on Dig It, but there were also out-of-synch moments in a lot of other

songs. It should be pointed out that many (or even most) of the cutaways and closeups come from different takes or, worse still, completely different songs.

So you can’t really expect these sorts of shots will ever look right. In such cases I just left them as they are.

I also fixed the ending of Two Of Us which previously switched to mono. I’d overlooked the fact that the stereo ending can be found on one of the Naked promo


The resynched audio is based partly upon work I originally did for Unsurpassed Promos disc 4. I was then pointed in the direction of a cd compiled by

HenryTheHorse which uses the Nagras to reconstruct the movie soundtrack. This saved me all the trouble of identifying and locating all the scores of different

fragments used in the first half of the film which, in all honesty, I would not have had the knowledge to do. Unfortunately his cd was not synched to the

film images, so that meant a hellish night spent aligning it to the optical soundtrack. A couple of bits (= One After 909 and I Me Mine) sounded better

on the optical soundtrack to me so I didn’t use those. In doing so I innadvertantly cut out a four letter word from George at the start of I Me Mine… here

expletive in question has been restored to its rightful place in the proceedings…

The optical soundtrack used here is actually from the BBC broadcast, which sounded noticeably better than the German one.


Twickenham Film Studios (January 2-10,1969)

01. Setting Up

02. Paul on piano

03. Don’t Let Me Down

04. The Corny One

05. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer

06. Shocktric Shocks

07. Two Of Us

08. I’ve Got A Feeling

09. Guitar Lessons

10. I’ve Got A Feeling

11. Oh Darling

12. One After 909

13. Jazz Piano Song

14. Two Of Us

15. Round In Circles

16. Across The Universe

17. Dig A Pony

18. Suzy Parker

19. I Me Mine

Apple Studios (January 21 -31, 1969)

[with Billy Preston on keyboards throughout the sessions]

20. For You Blue

21. Conversation

22. Besame Mucho

23. Octopuss’s Garden

24. Hello Little Girl

25. You Really Got A Hold On Me

26. The Long And winding Road

27. Rip It Up > Shake Rattle and Roll

28. Kansas City > Miss Ann > Lawdy Miss Clawdy

29. Dig It

30. Pep Talk

31. Two Of Us

32. Let It Be

33. The Long And Winding Road

Apple Studios Rooftop Concert January 30, 1969

[with Billy Preston on keyboards throughout the show]

34. Into The light [coming up to the rooftop, setting up & tuning]

35. Get Back

36. Don’t Let Me Down

37. I’ve Got A Feeling

38. One After 909

39. Dig A Pony False Start

40. Dig A Pony

41. Get Back

42. I Hoped We Passed The Audition

John Lennon – guitar & vocals

Paul McCartney – bass & vocals

George Harrison – guitar & vocals

Ringo Star – drums & vocals

Special Guest

Billy Preston – keyboards

and others seen throughout related to the Beatles

The Beatles – Let It Be Film 16mm DVD