The links provided offer useful information.
I might add that VUZE, a somewhat disreputable source, offered a version identified as FALSTAFF (CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT) in its torrent files a few months ago. I obtained a copy of it, and was impressed with the picture quality, the editing, and especially the synch to sound of the dialogue. I had only seen chopped up copies in theaters, editions which were so badly edited that the Battle of Shrewsbury was over in a couple of minutes, rather like a Road Runner cartoon, and the speeches so badly matched to the actors' mouths that they bled over into each other. This VUZE version, which included unnecessary English subtitles, curiously inept at times, was much more like "the real thing" that I'd heard Larry French go on about. French, in fact, made a present of himself on Christmas Day by arriving on my doorstep (as he is wont to do), and he agreed that this was an excellent copy, which he identified as Spanish in origin.
I would not say, even from this almost perfect experience, that CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT is a better film than CITIZEN KANE or F FOR FAKE (preferring, as I do, original conceptions), but it is nevertheless a work of great imagination, a complete re-thinking and reordering of a number of Shakespeare's plays, a project with which, as the links suggest, Welles was fascinated from his teen years.
Alas, I attempted to pull up the source a few minutes ago, and like a lot of VUZE feature films evidently, it seems to have disappeared, perhaps victim of one of those legal battles that have plagued both VUZE and CHIMES AT MIDNIGHT. That is a pity, for like, say, copies of Adam Curtis's documentaries (such as THE CENTURY OF SELF and particularly, the magnificent THE POWER OF NIGHTMARES: THE RISE OF THE POLITICS OF FEAR), VUZE may be the only avenue by which those of us in the United States can easily see some of these masterpieces, which have been denied us by political or legal entanglements.
Have a go, Scotsman! See what you can find out.
You might have better luck.