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I Represent Sean Rosen by Jeff Baron
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I Represent Sean Rosen

by Jeff Baron

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Sean Rosen has a great idea that he is sure will go over big in Hollywood. The problem? He's only 13. As a trial run, he contacts his second choice movie studio and tells them he has a movie idea. They tell him he needs an agent or a manager. Where does a 13-year-old get a savvy Hollywood manager? ( )
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With the help of his "manager," a thirteen-year-old boy sells a movie idea to a major Hollywood studio.

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