Jaws: 30th Anniversary: 2dvd: Special Edition only £3.99 delivered @ HMV + Quidco! - HotUKDeals
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Special Features



Deleted scenes
Outtakes
'A Look Inside Jaws': a behind the scenes documentary (2 hours!)
'From The Set': an interview with Steven Spielberg from 1974
'Shark Facts': learn more about this fearsome animal with an interactive 3D Great White shark
Stills gallery
Storyboard to finished film comparison (Opening credits, Kintner boy, Hooper's new future, Original ending)
Review



Don't go in the water!

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this classic film with this fantastic 2-disc special edition.

The peaceful resort town of Amity, Massachusetts has always depended upon its thriving summer tourist trade to get it through the lean winter months ahead. But when a swimmer is killed by a great white shark, Sheriff Brody faces great opposition when he proposes to close the beaches, right before the 4th of July holiday weekend...

Based on the novel by Peter Benchley, this is the film that really put Spielberg on the map.
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#1
Next best is £5 at Play. Hot.
#2
Voted hot and Congratulations on 4k Amibees!

:thumbsup:
#3
If it bothers you the Documentary on this version, while considerably longer than on the original R2 release, is still about 15 mins shorter than on the equivalent R1 DVD.
#4
I've got the 25th Anniversary one.
Looking forward to the 35th, 40, 45th, 50th..etc..etc
#5
Shame the sequels were not as cheap, Jaws 3 is actually entertaining, in a funny sort of way. Where as part IV is very weak, it's worth it for Ellen Brody alone, she's hot in this one.
#6
RDNZL
If it bothers you the Documentary on this version, while considerably longer than on the original R2 release, is still about 15 mins shorter than on the equivalent R1 DVD.


And you get a book with R1 too

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