The Amy Winehouse Never Forgotten DVD has been recalled after the licensor failed to clear some of the footage.
Amy Winehouse DVD recalled reported by Music News
The Amy Winehouse DVD entitled Never Forgotten has been recalled after the licensor failed to clear some of the footage in the film.
The recall was detailed in an e-mail obtained by Noise11 sent from the distributor Madman Entertainment.
Following advice from the licensor, all stores have been ordered to destroy all copies of the DVD immediately.
The DVD was released in Australia on November 30, 2011. It is not clear how many copies were sold. It documents the singers life including the breakup of her marriage, her drug addiction and her death.
Winehouse had sold over five million copies of her 2006 album Back to Black and won five Grammy awards.
She died on July 23, 2011. The coroner ruled the death as “death by misadventure.”
What does the Amy Winehouse Never Forgotten DVD recall mean for retailers?
All retailers known to be stocking the disc have been sent an email from the distributor Madman Entertainment, saying that following the advice from the licensor who failed to have been granted permission for certain footage, all stores must destroy every copy of the DVD immediately.
The documentary-style DVD was released in Australia last November and it is not known how many copies were actually sold.
Does this mean that the Amy Winehouse Never Forgotten DVD will become a valuable collector’s item? If you don’t have a copy of Amy’s Never Forgotten DVD you may still be able to grab yourself a copy from Ebay.