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Unseen Beatles footage to feature in new docu-series

Unseen Beatles footage to feature in new docu-series

A new documentary will contain previously unseen footage of The Beatles towards the end of their time as a band which will present a different take on the creation of their final studio album Let It Be.

Originally intended as a film, The Beatles: Get Back has become a three-part documentary that follows the group as they worked, recorded, and prepared for their final rooftop performance.

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In the latest extended trailer, the British stars can be seen workshopping songs and messing around in the studio, as well as discussing the group’s imminent break-up.

The trailer also reveals footage surrounding the departure of George Harrison and the planning they undertook for their final Savile Row concert.

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Get Back, directed by Peter Jackson, sees the archived footage undergo the same restoration treatment used in his WWI project They Shall Not Grow Old, giving it a vibrant hue.

The documentary is due to premiere on Disney Plus across three consecutive nights, starting on November 25.

Image: The Beatles / YouTube

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