Easily the most desirable title among early LV releases is "Let It Be."
Issued on the Magnetic Video
label in 1982, this was the only time this Beatles documentary was available on disc. Now long out of print on all video
formats, the LV represents the highest quality way to see this film today. "Let It Be" was also released by MVC
on VHS and Beta videocassette. RCA released the movie on its own label on the CED videodisc. Though pressed in standard
quantity and with above average quality for the time, thanks to being done at Pioneer's Kofu Japan plant, there are more buyers
today than sellers of this LV title. Routinely, "Let It Be" discs fetch $200-$500 on eBay.
have all been Pioneer-Japan pressings of this CLV-Extended Play release. The film is presented full-frame with original mono
sound that is not CX-encoded.