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‘Amazing Grace’ Producer Sues Neon, Alleging Distributor “Fraudulently Induced” Deal For Aretha Franklin Doc

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Alan Elliott, producer of the 2018 Aretha Franklin documentary Amazing Grace, is suing Neon for acquiring the film's distribution rights fraudulently. In the New York Supreme Court suit, Elliott alleges that Neon and its CEO, Tom Quinn, began with a false and premature press announcement that Neon had already acquired those rights.
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‘Amazing Grace’ Producer Sues Neon, Alleging Distributor “Fraudulently Induced” Deal For Aretha Franklin Doc

Aretha Franklin documentary Amazing Grace, which tells the story of the singer’s 1972 gospel album, is subject of more legal issues. The film, which was mired in limbo for 46 years as a result of v…

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The Aretha Franklin Documentary Producer Is Suing Neon

‘Amazing Grace’ took 40+ years to come out, only to be buried, per the lawsuit.

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Aretha Franklin Amazing Grace Documentary Producer Sues Distributor Neon Over Fraud

Alan Elliott has accused the company of misleading producers and stifling the film’s commercial opportunities

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