6 Best Out-of-Print Beatles Releases

Fab Four records and videos that remain inexplicably unavailable

'Let It Be'
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'Let It Be'

This Oscar-winning 1970 documentary has never been released on DVD  probably because it shows the Beatles at their unhappiest, squabbling and generally getting up each others' noses. John Lennon described the making of the album and movie as "the most miserable session on earth," and the final cut doesn't even include George Harrison quitting the band for a few days in the middle of filming. That said, the movie also contains some of the best available behind-the-scenes footage of the Fab Four actually assembling songs, not to mention their last public concert ever (the famous lunchtime rooftop performance with Billy Preston).

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