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The Screen Guide

FRIDAY ON MY MIND is a migrant fairytale: the story of The Easybeats. Two Dutchmen, a couple of English and a Scott met at Villawood Migrant Hostel in 1964. Within a year they topped the music charts in Australia. Two years later they were world-beaters, Australia’s first international rock superstars. Fan hysteria (Easy Fever) was generated wherever they appeared. By 1969 it was over. Lead singer Stevie Wright was only 21. Forty years on, the original members of The Easybeats tell their story for the first time in one documentary.

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Crew

Writers
Ben Ulm  Stuart McCarney
Producer
Stuart McCarney
Executive Producers
Ben Ulm  Mikael Borglund
Dir. of Photography
Steve Hope  Martin Taylor  Mike Cardillo  Mike Kesler  David Mirabella

Cast

Doc Neeson (Narrator)

Production Details

Production Completion
2009
Genre
Art and culture, History and national identity

Sales

International Sales
Beyond Distribution