Prince, who passed away Thursday at the age of 57, was notoriously steadfast about refusing to allow his music and music videos to be streamed for free online. But while you might not be able to find his original songs on, say, YouTube, it's still possible to remember The Purple One digitally if you do a little digging.

Here's where to find some of Prince's most memorable works:

Purple Rain: The film most associated with Prince, for which he won an Oscar Original Song Score, is available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, CinemaNow, DirecTV and Flixster.

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Graffiti Bridge: The sequel of sorts to Purple Rain is available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, CinemaNow and Flixster.

Batman (1989): Prince penned all the songs for the Batman soundtrack, and appeared in the film, which is available on Netflix.

Under the Cherry Moon: Prince directed and starred in this 1986 musical drama, which was panned by critics. He and Jerome Benton play two gigolos who team up to con wealthy French women. It's available on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, CinemaNow and Flixster.

Of course, there are also some live clips available for free, including Prince's 2008 Super Bowl halftime show and his Oscar speech for Purple Rain. Watch the speech here:

What's your favorite Prince moment from television or film?