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Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

Directed by Mike Myers / Beth Aala

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The fast-paced, anecdote-heavy documentary tells story after story about entertainment manager Shep Gordon, including how he covertly placed the chicken onstage for Alice Cooper to inadvertently and famously send to its death, how he made Anne Murray (briefly) cool with the help of John Lennon, how he brought a paralyzed Teddy Pendergrass back to the stage at Live Aid, how he got Groucho Marx back on his feet, how he landed Sharon Stone at her pinnacle, helped define the concept of the "celebrity chef," and many, many more.

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