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New Jim Morrison documentary in the works
New Jim Morrison documentary in the works

A new Jim Morrison documentary is in the works, which will chronicle his life from his childhood through his career with the Doors. Deadline.com reported that the independent film, named Before The End: Jim Morrison Comes Of Age is already in production led by filmmakers Jess and Jeff Finn. Among the key participants in the Before The End are Morrison’s kid brother, Andy Morrison, Morrison’s UCLA film instructor Bill Adams, and Doors roadie Gareth Blythe, among others. The new film promises, “previously unseen home movies and photographs.”

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Doors’ keyboardist Ray Manzarek understands that the public will always be fascinated by Jim Morrison’s short time on Earth and long for more of the long-dead “Lizard King”:

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