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The Beatles: Get Back is still in stock, but that may not last very long. Ringo Starr went viral over the weekend after posting a picture of his feet along with a Blu-ray copy of the film, which won for best streaming docuseries non-fiction at the Hollywood Critic’s Association’s HCA TV Awards on Sunday (Aug. 14).
Peter Jackson’s epic documentary series, featuring previously unseen footage of the Beatles’ 1969 recording session was initially slated for release on Blu-ray and DVD in February, but the date was pushed back to July.
Physical copies of the documentary are available at Amazon, Walmart, Target and Best Buy, although prices and quantities may vary depending on the retailer. The triple-disc collection retails for $24.99 and up, and features nearly eight hours fully restored, archival footage with Dolby Atmos sound.
The special collector’s edition Blu-ray gift set, which comes complete with collectible cards, is currently sold out at Walmart, Target and Best Buy, but you can find it at Amazon, while supplies last.
Jackson’s six-hour documentary arrived on Disney+ last year in three two-hour episodes that premiered over Thanksgiving weekend. The film takes audiences inside the band’s recording of the groundbreaking album Let It Be. The documentary compiles over 60 hours of unseen footage with more than 150 hours of unheard audio showcasing the creative genius of the Fab Four.
The Beatles: Get Back captures the group writing and rehearsing 14 new songs that were meant for a live album, and other songs featured on The Beatles’ final albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be. The film also shows footage of The Beatles’ legendary rooftop concert at London’s Saville Row. The performances marked their last live show as a group.
In January, fans got a chance to relive that unforgettable concert in IMAX theaters. The release date coincided with the 53rd anniversary of the original performance. The Beatles: Get Back – The Rooftop Performance Concert was screened in IMAX at the Apple Corps headquarters in London and various theaters around the U.S.
Jackson attended the London showing and participated in a Q&A that was broadcast simultaneously in participating theaters. The 60-minute film returned to IMAX screens for a short theatrical run Feb. 11-13.
“I’m thrilled that the rooftop concert from The Beatles: Get Back is going to be experienced in IMAX, on that huge screen,” Jackson said in a statement at the time. “It’s The Beatles’ last concert, and it’s the absolute perfect way to see and hear it.”
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