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Shampoo - The Criterion Collection (Restored) [Blu-ray] £9.99 @ Zoom
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Shampoo - The Criterion Collection (Restored) [Blu-ray] £9.99 @ Zoom

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Warren Beatty and Hal Ashby team up for a bed-hopping farce that doubles as a sly political satire

Shampoo gives us a day in the life of George, a Beverly Hills hairdresser and lothario who runs around town on the eve of the 1968 presidential election trying to make heads or tails of his financial and romantic entanglements. His attempts to scrape together the money to open his own salon are continually side-tracked by the distractions presented by his lovers — played brilliantly by GOLDIE HAWN (The Sugarland Express), JULIE CHRISTIE (Don’t Look Now), and LEE GRANT (in an Oscar-winning performance). Star WARREN BEATTY (Bonnie and Clyde) dreamed up the project, co-wrote the script with ROBERT TOWNE (Chinatown), and enlisted HAL ASHBY (Harold and Maude) as director, and the resulting carousel of doomed relationships is an essential seventies farce, a sharp look back at the sexual politics and self-absorption of the preceding decade.


• 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack

• Alternate 5.1. surround soundtrack, presented in DTS-HD Master Audio

• New conversation between critics Mark Harris and Frank Rich

• Excerpt from a 1998 appearance by producer, cowriter, and actor Warren Beatty on The South Bank Show

• PLUS: An essay by Rich

Actor Lee Grant, Goldie Hawn, Carrie Fisher, Ann Weldon, Julie Christie, Jack Warden, Warren Beatty, Tony Bill, George Furth, Jay Robinson
Director Hal Ashby
Music Paul Simon
Format Type Blu-ray
Catalogue No CC2948BDUK
Certificate 18
Release Date 05/11/2018
Studio Description Sony Pictures Home Ent.
Region Region B
Running Time (mins) 109
Discs 1 disc(s)
Produced (year) 1975
Colour Colour
Extras Language(s): English|Interactive Menu Excerpt from 1998 ‘South Bank Show’ appearance by Warren Beatty; Conversation between critics Mark Harris and Frank Rich; Essay by Frank Rich
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Seeing that deal get cold is the definite proof that some people here don't know anything about the Blu-Ray market, and yet they vote.
Edited by: "Magyalmar" 16th Aug
Nice to see Zoom rotate their Criterion’s but I’m really holding out for them to do a full-on Criterion sale like in the USA when they do the 50% off everything at Barnes & Noble.
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