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The Deer Hunter 40th Anniversary Collector’s Edition 4K UHD/Blu-Ray - £20 @ Amazon
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A BRAND NEW RESTORATION AND THE FIRST TIME ON 4K!
Delve into the history of the ground-breaking epic THE DEER HUNTER with this essential Collector’s Edition. 40 years on from its Oscar-winning debut, watch the film in stunning 4K, with a host of bonus material, the original soundtrack, a 64 page booklet, script and artcards.
Bonus material includes:

New Interview with David Thomson - film critic

A brand new and exclusive interview with author and film critic David Thomson
1979 ITV South Ban Show interview with Michael Cimino

A rarely seen ITV South Bank Show Interview from 1979 with director Michael Cimino provides an in-depth analysis of his inspirations and motivations for the making of the film
Realising The Deer Hunter
- Interview with director Michael Cimino
Shooting The Deer Hunter
- Interview with director of photography Vilmos Zsigmond
Playing The Deer Hunter
- Interview with star John Savage
Audio Commentary with Michael Cimino
Audio Commentary with Vilmos Zsigmond and journalist Bob Fisher
Deleted and Extended scenes

Deleted and extended scenes from the original production including extra footage of the infamous Russian Roulette sequence.
The Collectors’ Edition includes:

DISC 1: 4K UHD
DISC 2 BLU-RAY
DISC 3 BONUS MATERIAL
DISC 4 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK

Plus:

64 page booklet including material written by Jay Glennie and adapted from his forthcoming numbered limited edition large format book ‘One Shot: The Making of The Deer Hunter’, new essay from David Jenkins, Editor of Little White Lies and pages from the original 1978 press book
Copy of early incarnation of the script entitled The Man Who Came to Play by Louis Garfinkle and Quinn K. Redeker
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Brilliant film.
Wonder if this is the Jarhead Edition
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