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Web of the Spider on Blu-ray in the US

US Theatrical Version & Italian Version on Board

Web of the Spider (Original: Nella stretta morsa del ragno, 1971) starring Anthony Franciosa, Michèle Mercier and Klaus Kinski will premier on Blu-ray in the US. It will be released by Garagehouse Pictures on 10/24/2017. Announced is a 4K scan of the US Theatrical Version. At this point, it is unknown whether or not the US Theatrical Version is identical to the Italian Original Version. The latter will be available with English subtitles in SD. The extras are as follows:

  • Audio commentary with George Reis and Keith Crocker
  • Audio commentary with Stephen Romano
  • Deleted scenes
  • Two German Super 8mm digests
  • Art gallery
Release: Sep 21, 2017 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Tony Montana

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