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    Magnolia Acquires Beatles Secretary Doc 'Good Ol' Freda'

    Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to the SXSW crowd-pleasing documentary "Good Ol' Freda," directed by Ryan White ("Pelada"). The film profiles Freda Kelly, The Beatles' lifelong secretary, who tells her story for the first time in 50 years over the course of the documentary.

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    How One SXSW Film Did the Impossible and Licensed Four Beatles Songs

    Ryan White's "Good Ol' Freda" is a film about Freda Kelly, the Beatles' longtime secretary. When it premieres in Austin, it will feature the Beatles singing "I Saw Her Standing There," "I Will," "I Feel Fine" and "Love Me Do."

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