Film about Brian Epstein in the works

Dec 21, 2008 Full story: www.beatlesnews.com 9

Now a film about Brian Epstein, who died in 1967, is planned for next year, with a script by the Broadway producer Vivek Tiwary.

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awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#1 Dec 21, 2008
There have been many tries at making this film by many directors, glad it's finaly moving forward.

Brian Epstein deserves a mention, he is the one who helped the boys more than anyone else, with the exception of Sir George Martin.
Greg

Athens, Greece

#2 Dec 22, 2008
Great thread my friend. Yes, the lads owe too much to Brian. His ambition to change the boring life he was leading found its way out in the talent of the four young boys.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#3 Dec 22, 2008
Greg wrote:
Great thread my friend. Yes, the lads owe too much to Brian. His ambition to change the boring life he was leading found its way out in the talent of the four young boys.
Glad you found thithread and posted my friend.
I love to read your comments about Mr. Epstein, you really tell it like it is.
You know how important Brian was to their whole career, he wasn't just their manager, he gave them advice and protected them.
Maybe Col. Tom Parker was like for Elvis at first, but his greed took over, whereas Brian always put the Beatles first.
Who cares what his sexual prefference was, it's his own private business.
Greg

Athens, Greece

#4 Dec 22, 2008
awc wrote:
<quoted text>
Glad you found thithread and posted my friend.
I love to read your comments about Mr. Epstein, you really tell it like it is.
You know how important Brian was to their whole career, he wasn't just their manager, he gave them advice and protected them.
Maybe Col. Tom Parker was like for Elvis at first, but his greed took over, whereas Brian always put the Beatles first.
Who cares what his sexual prefference was, it's his own private business.
Yes, I agree with you, don't care either about that. If he had not been their manager, maybe we would have had the Beatles as they know them. MAYBE. He loved all of them, yes, he had a crush on John, so? He saw their talent immediately. When Decca rejected them, he told Decca officials that his group "will be bigger than Elvis". There wasn't his attraction to John what motivated him. And yes, he always put the Beatles first, right! He was manager to other Liverpool bands as well, helping the so called "Mersey Sound" to expand in Britain and later to the world. Without any doubt he was the most influential manager of a Rock/Pop band ever. After Brian died, the Beatles lost their Father kind of. And I have to tell that John treated him like a dog sometimes.
Greg

Athens, Greece

#5 Dec 22, 2008
we would have had the Beatles as they know them.

We wouldn't...Sorry
Bubba the Saint

United States

#6 Dec 22, 2008
Greg wrote:
we would have had the Beatles as they know them.
We wouldn't...Sorry
Brian was the only guy that could Tell the Beatles lads you need to get rid of the blue jeans and leather coats and all dress alike in suits and ties like the Motown groups with style and they did it.Epstein had a way about him that knew a good opportunity or whatever he had insight just like the fab four

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#7 Dec 22, 2008
Greg wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, I agree with you, don't care either about that. If he had not been their manager, maybe we would have had the Beatles as they know them. MAYBE. He loved all of them, yes, he had a crush on John, so? He saw their talent immediately. When Decca rejected them, he told Decca officials that his group "will be bigger than Elvis". There wasn't his attraction to John what motivated him. And yes, he always put the Beatles first, right! He was manager to other Liverpool bands as well, helping the so called "Mersey Sound" to expand in Britain and later to the world. Without any doubt he was the most influential manager of a Rock/Pop band ever. After Brian died, the Beatles lost their Father kind of. And I have to tell that John treated him like a dog sometimes.
Very well said my friend.
Brian was the manager they all wanted, especially the Stones.
Klein stole from the Stones and then stole from the Beatles.
Colonel Tom Parker stole from Elvis and over commercialized him.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#8 Dec 22, 2008
Bubba the Saint wrote:
<quoted text>Brian was the only guy that could Tell the Beatles lads you need to get rid of the blue jeans and leather coats and all dress alike in suits and ties like the Motown groups with style and they did it.Epstein had a way about him that knew a good opportunity or whatever he had insight just like the fab four
Amen, bro.
That's what set him apart from the other managers, he was professional.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#9 Dec 22, 2008
Greg wrote:
we would have had the Beatles as they know them.
We wouldn't...Sorry
I think I need a new keyboard it does things without my commands.
One Peanut please, lol.

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