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The Beatles: Come Back is still in stock, but it may not last very long. Ringo Starr went viral this weekend after post a picture of her feet as well as a Blu-ray copy of the film, which won Best Nonfiction Streaming Documentary Series at the Hollywood Critics’ Association’s HCA TV Awards on Sunday, August 14.



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Peter Jackson’s epic documentary series, featuring never-before-seen footage from the Beatles’ 1969 recording session, was originally scheduled to be released on Blu-ray and DVD in February, but the date has been pushed back to July.

Physical copies of the documentary are available at Amazon, Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, though prices and quantities may vary by retailer. The three-disc collection sells for $24.99+ and includes nearly eight hours of fully restored archival material with Dolby Atmos sound.

The Special Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Gift Set, which comes with trading cards, is currently sold out at Walmart, Target, and Best Buy, but you can find it on Amazon, while supplies last.


The Beatles: Get Back, Blu-Ray Collector’s Edition




Jackson’s six-hour documentary arrived on Disney+ last year in three two-hour episodes that aired over Thanksgiving weekend. The film takes audiences inside the band’s recording of the breakthrough album So be it. The documentary compiles over 60 hours of never-before-seen footage with over 150 hours of never-before-seen audio showcasing the creative genius of the Fab Four.

The Beatles: Come Back captures the band writing and rehearsing 14 new songs set for a live album and other songs featured on the Beatles’ latest albums, Abbey Road and So be it. The film also shows footage from the legendary Beatles rooftop concert at London’s Saville Row. The performances marked their last live show as a group.

In January, fans had the chance to relive this 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 Apple Corps headquarters in London and various cinemas in the United States

Jackson attended the London screening and participated in a simulcast Q&A at participating cinemas. The 60-minute film returned to IMAX screens for a short theatrical run from February 11-13.

“I am delighted that the concert on the roof of The Beatles: Come Back is going to be experienced in IMAX, on this giant screen,” Jackson said in a statement at the time. “This is the last Beatles concert, and it’s the absolutely perfect way to see and hear it.”

For more gear celebrating the Fab Four, check out our list of the coolest Beatles merchandise you can buy on Amazon.