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Mark Your Calendars – “God Bless Ozzy” Gets DVD Release Date

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“God Bless Ozzy” is a documentary about the legendary Ozzy Osbourne which was co-produced by his son Jack. The film made its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival and will now be available to you on DVD and Blue-Ray on November 15th.

The 90 minute film follows the highs and lows of the former Black Sabbath frontman’s life. Jack made it his mission to get his father to open up for the film, he wanted his father’s fans to be able to get a glimpse of Ozzy as a person instead of focusing on just his career.

Make sure to pick up your copy of “God Bless Ozzy Osbourne” on November 15th, it’s a film every Ozzy fan should see.

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