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Colors - US-Blu-ray With Both Versions in March

Shout!Factory Releases Action Thriller in HD

Dennis Hopper's Colors (1988) starring Sean Penn exists in two versions. Apart from the theatrical version there's also a longer cut that has 5 more minutes (see comparison). It was released on VHS in the UK.

On March 7th, 2017, Shout!Factory will release a Blu-ray in the US and it is said to contain the "unrated version". Apparently, that means the longer cut that has the restored scenes on board.

You can order the Blu-ray at Amazon.com. The specs of the release are:

  • A Cry of Alarm – An interview with screenwriter Michael Schiffer
  • Cops and Robbers – An interview with Technical Advisor/Ex-L.A.P.D. Gang Division Dennis Fanning
Release: Jan 03, 2017 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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