Scarface (Platinum Edition) (R1) in October - Menus added
Universal Studios Home Video have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Scarface (Platinum Edition) for 3rd October 2006 priced at $29.98 SRP. Al Pacino returns in Brian De Palma’s classic gangster drama which is set to make its third appearance on Region 1 DVD this autumn.
For this all-new, two-disc platinum edition every sound effect in the film has been replaced and digitally remastered for the “ultimate Scarface experience”. The Platinum Edition also offers additional new bonus features and specially designed packaging.
Disc 1: Main Feature
- 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
- English DD5.1 Surround (Producer’s Mix)
- English DTS 5.1
- French & Spanish Mono
- English SDH, French & Spanish subtitles
- Scarface Scoreboard: Watch Scarface like never before...keep track of the number of times the "F" word is used and the number of bullets fired
Disc 2: Extra Features
- Deleted Scenes: Over 20 minutes of intense deleted scenes will leave fans wanting more!
- Making of Scarface: The Video Game - Immerse yourself in the world of Scarface in this behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the video game
- The World of Tony Montana: Experience the decadent world of the ultimate gangster in this all-new feature. Revel in Tony's luxurious and extravagant life in the underworld
- Scarface: The Rebirth: Actor Al Pacino, director Brian De Palma, producer Martin Bregman, and screenwriter Oliver Stone examine the history of Scarface, from the original 1932 classic to shooting the script
- Scarface: Creating - A fascinating look at the controversial making of Scarface and the triumphs and struggles experienced by its filmmakers, including the filming of the unforgettable chainsaw scene, location changes, the producer's battles to gain an "R" rating and more
- Scarface: Acting - Al Pacino and other cast members offer insider stories and revealing insights into how these legendary characters were created
- Scarface: TV Version Montage - A revealing and hilarious montage of film clips that compare and contrast the theatrical release to the network version of Scarface
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