Was The Compleat Beatles the one that had one of their old Hamburg flunky no marks stumbling up and down the Reeperbahn, pointing upwards at random windows and slurring things like "Ja, that is where they slept. Four guys of them!"?
On the other hand, that guy was vastly more entertaining and informative than 2000 pages of Mark Lewissohn describing the slum flat where John Lennon's great great grand uncle lived after getting off the canoe from Carrickfergus of whatever the fuck it was.
I think there was a German guy who was originally their Reeperbahn bodyguard or something like that.
It's actually not a bad documentary. Its biggest liability is suffering from shitty picture quality for most of the archive and interview footage. (And since it's just about all archive and interview footage, well, do the math.)
Token funny person, that is. It's amazing that he's the longest running cast member. They must be terrified to let him go. And he's wise enough to know that leaving SNL more often that not results in being cast as a reoccurring character on some second tier sitcom. And at least we get Black Jeopardy out of the deal.
"The king is gone but he's not forgotten. This is the story of Stevie Hoffman"