Jimmy Barnes documentary to premiere on TV in October

It takes a look out how an unknown boy, James Dixon Swan, became an Australian legend known as Jimmy Barnes.

Seven will have the Australian television premiere of Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy.

The documentary on the renowned Australian singer will be screened on October 1. It takes a look at how an unknown boy, James Dixon Swan, became an Australian legend known as Jimmy Barnes.

Mark Joffe is the director of the documentary made by CJZ. Some of his well-known work includes Jack Irish, House of Hancock and The Man Who Sued God.

Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy had the biggest opening for an Australian documentary ever after it was released on August 23. It also broke other box office records, hitting 220 screens and reaching almost $500,000 over its opening weekend, and over $750,000 to-date.

Jimmy Barnes: Working Class Boy became the biggest-opening for an Australian documentary ever after it released on August 23. It also broke box office records, hitting 220 screens and reaching almost $500,000 over its opening weekend, and over $750,000 to date.

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