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    Amazing Grace , a documentary/concert film directed by Sydney Pollack for Warner Bros. , was set to be released as part of a double bill with Super Fly in 1972. [4] However, Pollack was unable to complete the film because he had not used a clapperboard to synchronize the picture and sound at the beginning of each take. [5] The film ended up in the studio vaults for over 38 years. Before Pollack's death in 2008, he turned the footage over to producer Alan Elliott, who after two years succeeded in synchronizing the picture and sound and completing the film. [5]


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