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OREM, Utah (AP) -- The L-D-S film "Sons of Provo" has been restocked on store shelves after it was pulled from shelves a couple of months ago.
The movie about a boy band with L-D-S members was released to D-V-D back in September. However, copies were pulled from shelves after a Utah family reported the "Sons of Provo' D-V-D they purchased featured the film "Adored: Diary of a Porn Star."
According to the film's distributor, HaleStorm Entertainment, five D-V-Ds were reported as misprints. HaleStorm requested an immediate pull from all bookstores and now has replaced all 40-thousand copies.
HaleStorm blames a Los Angeles company for printing the wrong cover on the D-V-Ds. They had a different company print the new covers.
The new D-V-Ds have artwork that's different from the originals. The new artwork has a blue HaleStorm logo on the spine and back of the D-V-D. The original had an orange logo.
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