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Beatles Manager Will Tell Story for Documentary

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The so called Fifth Beatle, Brian Epstein will be getting his own documentary.

The Beatles manager Brian Epstein is getting his own documentary.

According to Deadline.com, the film will tell the story of a businessman who saw the potential of four young lads from Liverpool and set them off on the path of international superstardom. The story will start in January of 1962 with the Beatles agreeing to work with Brian and go through their time together until Brian died in 1967.

Bruce Cohen, who produced American Beauty and Silver Linings Playbook is behind the project, titled The Fifth Beatle is set to start production in early 2014.

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