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October 24, 2012

Time: 12:00 a.m.

THE ROLLING STONES CHARLIE IS MY DARLING – IRELAND 1965 (Film)

Attention all Rolling Stones fans!  Here’s your chance to be one of the first people on planet earth to see a theatrical screening of a new version of this meticulously restored and fully-realized, legendary, but never officially released film.

On Wednesday, October 24th there will be a special midnight screening of The Rolling Stones Charlie is my Darling – Ireland 1965 at L.A.’s historic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, which is open to the public in addition to being a part of The Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter Film & Television Music Conference.

Originally directed by pioneering filmmaker Peter Whitehead and produced by the Stones first manager Andrew Loog Oldham, the film was shot during a weekend tour of Ireland just weeks after “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” hit # 1 on the charts, CIMD is an intimate, behind-the-scenes diary of life on the road with the young Stones. It features the first professionally filmed concert performances of the band and documents the early frenzy of their fans and the riots the band’s appearances ignited.  This new version of the film was produced by Robin Klein and directed by Mick Gochanour -- the GRAMMY (copyright) Award-winning duo who brought The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus to the screen!

Get your tickets now, they’re going fast and this one night only opportunity won’t last!
 

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