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Two years ago, legendary manager Shep Gordon was lying in the hospital, recovering from gastrointestinal surgery, when Mike Myers approached him with an idea he'd been obsessing over: a documentary about Gordon's life. Gordon – a Zelig-like figure who'd befriended everyone from Michael Douglas to the Dalai Lama and was best known as Alice Cooper's manager – reluctantly agreed. "I was heavily medicated and must have been feeling sorry for myself," says Gordon.

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