is the "Let it Be" documentary film, released in 1970 (which won the
Academy Award for Best Original Song Score). It was filmed in early
1969, and concerns the Beatles rehearsing and recording songs for what
would be their final studio album 'Let It Be' (then referred to as the
'Get Back' project).
This movie is 80 minutes long - and contains some fantastic songs. It depicts the Beatles trying to rehearse as the band is (literally) falling apart, with each member - aside from perhaps McCartney - more interested in being elsewhere.
There are bits and pieces of many songs in this film which don't appear on the album. The film contains the following songs (all by Lennon-McCartney unless stated):
"Paul's Piano Piece"
"Don't Let Me Down"
"Maxwell's Silver Hammer"
"Two of Us"
"I've Got a Feeling"
"One After 909"
"Jazz Piano Song" (McCartney/Starkey)
"Across the Universe"
"Dig a Pony"
"Suzy Parker" (Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Starkey)
"I Me Mine" (Harrison)
"For You Blue" (Harrison)
"Bésame mucho" (Consuelo Velázquez/Sunny Skylar)
"Octopus's Garden" (Starkey)
"You've Really Got a Hold on Me" (Smokey Robinson)
"The Long and Winding Road"
Medley: "Rip It Up" (Robert Blackwell/John Marascalco) / "Shake Rattle and Roll" (Charles E. Calhoun)
Medley: "Kansas City" (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) / "Miss Ann" (Richard Penniman/Enotris Johnson) / "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" (Lloyd Price)
"Let It Be"