The Wicker Man: Collector's Edition (2 disc DVD + CD soundtrack) £5.99 - HotUKDeals
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Disc 1 - Original Theatrical Version (84 mins):
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
Theatrical trailer
Disc 2 - Director's Cut (99 mins):
Audio commentary from actors Christopher Lee
CD Soundtrack
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Thans Broxy, that's my voucher gone.
VERY HOT!!, Awesome Film, ive got this set already and its excellent, starts Edward Woodward who is such an amazing actor.

Check out youtube and see Mark Komode's interview with Edward Woodward when they go around the locations they filmed it amazing insight.

They have just released the first Season of the Equalizer on DVD this week actually which stared Edward Woodward as well, which is even better than this film, if anyone is intrested you get get it at play or amazon.
A great film - and with so many versions - but overpriced for a film from the 70s.

Besides - Brit Ekland should be paying for people to look when she gets her ( o Y o )s out.
overpriced for a film from the 70s?

strange logic you have there.
Top, top, top film. Have it already but I'm getting this again. Thanks.
Hi,Unfortunately or maybe not? Brit had a standin(body shots,can't see why at the time thou) for that scene.
Good Film,whatever.

Cheers BOB
She had a stand in - but only for the scenes from behind. She claimed it was a Glasgow hooker, but was actually a girl from Castle Douglas, which is near Kirkudbright/Creetown and the south Scottish coast where much of it was shot (the exception being Plonkton in NW Scotland - this being near the Summer Isles which is where it was suspected the name Lord Summerisle was taken) which is where he lands his sea plane and comes ashore, but then walks up from the harbour in Kirkcudbright.

It also depends which version of the film you see too - as the one that starts with Woodward in the plane is the shorter version - and in the longer versions you see him both in his local police station, and also in the harbour in Stranraer which was meant to be his local mainland area.

I have been to most of the locations were it was shot - and the tropical plants and palms genuinely do grow on the west coast of Scotland from the sea currents from south america. The main gardens being (and south of) Culzean Castle, which was shown as the home of Lord Summerisle.

Plockton - in the north of Scotland.
The remake with Nicholas cage is much better imo
The remake with Nicholas cage is much better imo

You are joking, right???? :p
The remake with Nicholas cage is much better imo

You're kidding?
The remake with Nicholas cage is much better imo

The remake with Nicholas cage is much better imo

This person needs testing for drugs, they have gotta be kidding the remake was very poor. OK its opinion but must be insane.
great film and many country isolated villages remind me of it

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