London, Oct 29 : A rare film on the first US tour of 'The Beatles' in 1964 has been found.
The owner of the film Drew Dimmel, 59, had forgotten all about it until he found it in a drawer, reports the Sun.
Dimmel, who had gotten a reporter to take silent footage of a Kansas gig, found the 8mm reel while cleaning.
The rare film is expected to fetch 6,000 pounds at an auction in Berkshire.
Meanwhile, a homeless man has found the missing waxwork of Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney.
The head, which was due to be sold on October 26, went missing when auctioneer Joby Carters was transporting it to London on a train.