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Bobbie was asked by old friend Roger Camras to write a song for a film he was producing with Max Baer Jnr called Macon County Line. Bobbie agreed to write the song on the condition that she liked the film. The gritty indie drama about a couple of drifters in and out of trouble met with the Gentry seal of approval resulting in the track Another Place, Another Time, a wistful and nostalgic country soul shuffle that played over the end credits. The song was a classic slice of Gentry and her last original composition to be released. Macon County Line was a success (infact the biggest earning film on a cost to gross ratio of 1974) and the Brunswick label issued a 7″ of the song in a slightly different version to the film in February 1975. This single version has never been issued on CD, but the film version is available, and was first released on the 2004 compilation Chickasaw County Child: The Artistry of Bobbie Gentry.