Dirty Dancing Keepsake Edition Blu-ray + 2 dvd £9.97 @ Tesco instore - HotUKDeals
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Was in my local Tesco's today and this is priced at £9.97 so bought one as it has 1 blu-ray and 2 dvd and great packaging...Tesco online has it at £11.99 and Amazon £12 whilst at Play.com it is £14.99 so not a bad deal I think
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Does baby get put in the corner in this version?
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Now available for the first time in a DVD + Blu-ray combi pack - Dirty Dancing: The Keepsake Edition.

Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey star in this beloved coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a Catskill Mountains resort during the summer of 1963

The most complete and collectible edition of Dirty Dancing to date. The newly remastered DVD+ Blu-ray combi version of this timeless film includes all existing special features plus over an hour of brand new bonus materials including a heartfelt Patrick Swayze tribute, three new featurettes, a fan reel and an interview with Patrick Swayze discussing the music of Dirty Dancing.

Also includes a 28 page commemorative booklet with quotes, profiles and writer Eleanor Bergstein discussing her memories of the film.

Drawn to the staff quarters by the sounds of stirring music, vacationing 17-year-old Baby (Grey) meets rebellious Johnny (Swayze), the hotel dance instructor, who is as experienced as Baby is naïve. Baby becomes Johnny's pupil in dance - and in love - in this heartwarming, spirit-lifting movie that continues to captivate generations of movie fans around the world.
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I was in tesco yesterday and it was not £9.97, it was over £12, so must have been a misprice

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