Gordon Mills was the Simon Cowell of his day – one of the most successful music managers in British history. He became a multi-millionaire in the sixties and guided Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck and Gilbert O’Sullivan to mega-stardom, becoming one of the most important managers in British music history. He established the world’s largest private zoo, ‘Little Rhondda’ in St George’s Hill Surrey and wrote the UK/US smash hit ‘It’s Not Unusual’. He was no usual manager. Despite his successes, Gordon Mills remains largely unknown. With full and exclusive access to the Mills family, this intimate film tells – for the first time – the story of ‘Mills Man of Music’ through the eyes of those who knew him best.