The Beatles (Themselves)John Lennon (Self)Paul McCartney (Self)George Harrison (Self)Ringo Starr (Self)Mal Evans (Self - Road Manager)Michael Lindsay-Hogg (Self - Director)Yoko Ono (Self)Glyn Johns (Self - Recording Engineer & Co-Producer)George Martin (Self - Music Producer)Linda McCartney (Self)Kevin Harrington (Self - Roadie)Anthony B. Richmond (Self - Director of Photography)Peter Sutton (Self - Sound Recordist)Dave Harries (Self - Sound Engineer)Denis O'Dell (Self - Apple Film Producer)Neil Aspinall (Self - Apple Corps Managing Director)Billy Preston (Self - Musician)
In January 1969 The Beatles entered the recording studio to write and rehearse the songs for their album 'Let It Be'. They are on a very tight schedule as they intend to debut the songs in a live performance within a few weeks. The live performance will be the album. A camera crew is recording everything that goes on in the studio in order to make a film out of the experience. This is an edited version of what they captured.