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S E A R C H    D V D B e a v e r

directed by Sergio Corbucci
Italy 1966

Franco Nero (KEOMA, DIE HARD 2) stars as the lone stranger who roams the West dragging a coffin filled with chaos towards a destiny ruled by vengeance. Co-writer/director Sergio Corbucci (THE GREAT SILENCE, COMPANEROS) packs his landmark classic with indelible images, unforgettable performances and some of the most shocking brutality of any 'Spaghetti Western' ever made. This is the still-controversial epic that defined a genre, launched a phenomenon and inspired over 50 unofficial sequels. This is the one and only DJANGO!

***

Originally banned in Britain for its comic-strip iconoclasm and graphic violence, this rates alongside Leone's 'Dollars' trilogy as one of the daddies of the spaghetti/paella Western. It's a clean- up-and-paint-the-town-blood-red revenge drama with a difference. Nero's mud-spattered ex-Yankee soldier, first seen squelching towards a US-Mexican border ghost town, a coffin forever in tow, has every Western hero's quality in extremis. His speed-of-light gunslinger outlaw has a romantic heart - his wife was killed by one of Major Jackson's KKK-like henchmen - and an enigmatic morality. He solves the war between Jackson's men and General Rodrํguez' bandidos by dispensing death to all, but his sympathies are shown when he later teams up with Rodrํguez for a gold heist. Corbucci's style is a mix of social realism, highly decorative visuals, and finely mounted action sequences. For the rest, there are enough mud-wrestling prostitutes, whippings, ear-loppings, explosions and scenes of wholesale slaughter to keep any muchacho happy.

Excerpt from TimeOut located HERE

Posters

Theatrical Release: April 6th, 1966 - Italy

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Comparison:

*Anchor Bay - Region 0 - NTSC vs. **Blue Underground - Region 1 - NTSC vs. Blue Underground - Region 'A' - Blu-ray vs. Argent - Region FREE - Blu-ray vs. Arrow - Region FREE - Blu-ray vs. Arrow - Region FREE - 4K UHD

 

*part of a double bill with "Django Strikes Again"

** Blue Underground's 'Django' is only available as part of 4 disc Spaghetti Western boxset

Thanks to Gregory for both sets of DVD Screen Captures! 

Box Covers

Distribution

Anchor Bay

Region 0  - NTSC

Blue Underground
Region 1 - NTSC

 

Available in a two-pack, from Arrow, on Blu-ray with Texas Adios - Reviewed HERE

BONUS CAPTURES:

Blue Underground
Region 'A' -
Blu-ray
Argent
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow - Region FREE - 4K UHD
Distribution

Anchor Bay

Region 0  - NTSC

Blue Underground
Region 1 - NTSC
Blue Underground
Region 'A' -
Blu-ray
Argent
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow - Region FREE - 4K UHD
Runtime 1:30:24 1:31:30 1:31:35.031 1:31:37.200 1:31:44.665 1:31:47.132
Video

1.60:1 slightly cropped

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 5.54 mb/s
NTSC 704x480 29.97 f/s

1.66:1 Original Aspect Ratio

16X9 enhanced
Average Bitrate: 8.67
NTSC 704x480 29.97 f/s

Disc Size: 31,130,924,482 bytes

Feature Size: 25,528,498,176 bytes

Average Bitrate: 32.99 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P

Disc Size: 23,478,021,436 bytes

Feature Size: 17,138,817,024 bytes

Average Bitrate: 21.98 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P

Disc Size: 47,203,623,496 bytes

Feature Size: 27,086,950,272 bytes

Average Bitrate: 34.97 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P

1.66:1 2160P 4K Ultra HD
Disc Size: 92,434,535,840 bytes

Feature: 66,435,965,848 bytes
Video Bitrate: 68.65 Mbps
Codec:
HEVC Video

NOTE: The Vertical axis represents the bits transferred per second. The Horizontal is the time in minutes.

Bitrate:

Anchor Bay

 

Bitrate:

Blue Underground

Bitrate:

Blue Underground Blu-ray

Bitrate:

Argent Blu-ray

Bitrate:

Arrow Blu-ray

Audio English (Dolby Digital 5.1)

Italian (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)

DTS-HD Master Audio English 1073 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1073 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio Italian 1054 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1054 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio English 811 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 811 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 2.0 / 48 kHz / 512 kbps / 16-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio Italian 767 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 767 kbps / 16-bit (DTS Core: 2.0 / 48 kHz / 512 kbps / 16-bit)

DTS-HD Master Audio English 1061 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1061 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio Italian 1070 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1070 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
Commentary:

Dolby Digital Audio English 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps

DTS-HD Master Audio English 1061 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1061 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
DTS-HD Master Audio Italian 1070 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1070 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 24-bit)
Commentary:

Dolby Digital Audio English 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps

Subtitles None English, none English (SDH), English, French, Spanish, none English, none English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack or English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack or English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack
Features Release Information:
Studio: Anchor Bay Entertain

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 1,60:1


Edition Details:
• Production notes
• Theatrical trailer(s)
• Limited edition of 15,000
• Double Feature Two-Disc Set: Django (90 min.) & Django Strikes Again (96 min.)
• Exclusive Franco Nero Interview
• Interactive Game on Django
• Widescreen anamorphic format 

 

DVD Release Date: September 24, 2002
Keep Case

Chapters 36

Release Information:
Studio: Blue Underground

 

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen anamorphic - 1.66:1


Edition Details:
• Theatrical trailers Includes:
Run Man Run
Mannaja: A Man Called Blade
Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot
• Bonus disc: Django
• "Run Man Run: 35 Years Running" (interviews with director Sergio Sollima and star Tomas Milian)
• "Westerns Italian Style" (a rarely seen '60s documentary about the Spaghetti Western phenomenon containing behind-the-scenes footage of "The Great Silence" and "Run Man Run," as well as interviews with directors Enzo G. Castellari, Sergio Corbucci and Sergio Sollima)
• "A Man Called Sergio" (interview with director Sergio Martino)
• "Django, Tell!" (interviews with director/co-writer Giulio Questi, stars Tomas Milian and Ray Lovelock)
• "Django: The One and Only": interviews with star Franco Nero and assistant director Ruggero Deodato 
• Poster and still gallery
• Sergio Martino biography
• Poster & stills galleries

• Talent bios
• Liner notes

DVD Release Date: January7th, 2003
Keep Case

Chapters 32

Release Information:
Studio: Blue Underground

 

Disc Size: 31,130,924,482 bytes

Feature Size: 25,528,498,176 bytes

Average Bitrate: 32.99 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P


Edition Details:
• Intro by Nero (:31)

 • "Django: The One and Only": interviews with star Franco Nero and assistant director Ruggero Deodato (13 min)
• The Last Pistolero (10 min)

• "Western, Italian Style" - A 1968 documentary about the Spaghetti Western phenomenon containing interviews with Directors Enzo G. Castellari, Sergio Sollima and Sergio Corbucci (38:01)
• International Trailer
• Italian Trailer

 

Blu-ray Release Date: May 25th, 2010
Standard Blu-ray Case

Chapters 23

Release Information:
Studio: Argent Films

 

Disc Size: 23,478,021,436 bytes

Feature Size: 17,138,817,024 bytes

Average Bitrate: 21.98 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P


Edition Details:
• Conversation with DJANGO star Franco Nero (12:01)
• Alex Cox (maverick filmmaker & presenter of BBC Moviedrome), defines DJANGO (12:11)
• Theatrical trailers (International and Italian)
• Argent Trailer Park
• Alternative Opening Sequence (3:16)
• Reversible Sleeve with original Poster Artwork

 

Blu-ray Release Date: January 21st, 2013
Transparent Blu-ray Case

Chapters 12

 

Release Information:
Studio: Ar
row

 

Disc Size: 47,203,623,496 bytes

Feature Size: 27,086,950,272 bytes

Average Bitrate: 34.97 Mbps

Dual-layered Blu-ray MPEG-4 AVC 1080P


Edition Details:
• Audio commentary by film critic, historian and theorist Stephen Prince
• Newly filmed interview with star Franco Nero (26:07)
• Newly filmed interview with assistant director Ruggero Deodato (25:48)
• Newly filmed interview with co-writer Franco Rossetti (10:16)
• Newly filmed interview with Sergio Corbucci s wife Nora Corbucci (27:48)
• Archival interview with co-writer Piero Vivarelli (11:03)
• Archival interview with stuntman and actor Gilberto Galimberti (18:43)
• Discovering Django, newly filmed appreciation by Spaghetti Westerns scholar Austin Fisher
• An Introduction to Django by Alex Cox, an archival featurette with the acclaimed director (12:04)
• Gallery of original promotional images from the Mike Siegel Archive
• Original trailers (Italian - 2:48 - optional subtitles / International - 2:58)

Double-sided fold-out poster
Limited edition 60-page perfect-bound book featuring new writing on the film by Howard Hughes and Roberto Curti, and original reviews
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sean Phillips

 

Blu-ray Release Date: January, 2019
Transparent Blu-ray Case

Chapters 12

Release Information:
Studio:
Pull Back Camera

 

1.66:1 2160P 4K Ultra HD
Disc Size: 92,434,535,840 bytes

Feature: 66,435,965,848 bytes
Video Bitrate: 58.65 Mbps
Codec:
HEVC Video

 

Edition Details:

DISC ONE - 4K-UHD:
 Audio commentary by film critic, historian and theorist Stephen Prince
• Newly filmed interview with star Franco Nero (26:07)
• Newly filmed interview with assistant director Ruggero Deodato (25:48)
• Newly filmed interview with co-writer Franco Rossetti (10:16)
• Newly filmed interview with Sergio Corbucci s wife Nora Corbucci (27:48)
• Archival interview with co-writer Piero Vivarelli (11:03)
• Archival interview with stuntman and actor Gilberto Galimberti (18:43)
• Discovering Django, newly filmed appreciation by Spaghetti Westerns scholar Austin Fisher
• An Introduction to Django by Alex Cox, an archival featurette with the acclaimed director (12:04)
• Gallery of original promotional images from the Mike Siegel Archive
• Original trailers (Italian - 2:48 - optional subtitles / International - 2:58)


DISC TWO - BLU-RAY:
• (Texas Adios) extras:
• Audio commentary for by spaghetti western experts C. Courtney Joyner and Henry C. Parke

• Newly filmed interview with star Franco Nero;

• Newly filmed interview with co-star Alberto Dell’Acqua; Newly filmed interview with co-writer Franco Rossetti; Hello Texas!, newly filmed appreciation by Spaghetti Westerns scholar Austin Fisher; Gallery of original promotional images from the Mike Siegel Archive;

• Original trailer
Release date: June 30, 2020


Six double-sided collector's postcards; Double-sided fold-out poster; 60-page perfect-bound book featuring writing by Howard Hughes and Roberto Curti, and original reviews; Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sean Phillips


4K Ultra HD Release Date:
May 25th, 2021
Custom 4K Ultra HD Case

Chapters 20

Comments:

NOTE: The below Blu-ray and 4K UHD captures were taken directly from the respective discs.

ADDITION: Arrow 4K UHD (May 2021): Arrow Video was to release "Django" in a Blu-ray package a few years back, but due to some legal issues the 2019 edition that we reviewed was never released. Lo and behold, a few years later all the legal hurdles have been cleared and not only is Django seeing the light of day, but now it is on a 4K UHD disc with Dolby Vision and HDR10! To say this is an improvement over all previous releases would be an understatement. Thankfully all of the impressive supplements that we reviewed for the 2019 release also make an appearance here (all comments Gary made about the extras/audio also apply to this release - see below). There is a bonus Blu-ray featuring 'Texas Adios' which we did not receive in time for this review but is, no doubt the same one we reviewed HERE.

It is likely that the monitor you are seeing this review is not an HDR-compatible display (High Dynamic Range) or Dolby Vision, where each pixel can be assigned with a wider and notably granular range of color and light. Our capture software if simulating the HDR (in a uniform manner) for standard monitors. This should make it easier for us to review more 4K UHD titles in the future and give you a decent idea of its attributes on your system. So our captures may not support the exact same colors (coolness of skin tones, brighter or darker hues etc.) as the 4K system at your home. But the framing, detail, grain texture support etc. are, generally, not effected by this simulation representation.

NOTE: 44 more more full resolution (3840 X 2160) 4K UHD captures, in lossless PNG format, for Patrons are available HERE

We have reviewed the following 4K UHD packages to date: Fanny Lye Deliver'd (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, (NO HDR applied to disc),  Rollerball (software uniformly simulated HDR),  Chernobyl  (software uniformly simulated HDR), Daughters of Darkness (software uniformly simulated HDR), Vigilante (software uniformly simulated HDR), Tremors (software uniformly simulated HDR), Cinema Paradiso (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Bourne Legacy (software uniformly simulated HDR), Full Metal Jacket (software uniformly simulated HDR),  Psycho (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Birds (software uniformly simulated HDR), Rear Window (software uniformly simulated HDR), Vertigo (software uniformly simulated HDR) Spartacus (software uniformly simulated HDR), Jaws (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Invisible Man, (software uniformly simulated HDR), Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds (software uniformly simulated HDR), Lucio Fulci's 1979 Zombie  (software uniformly simulated HDR),, 2004's Van Helsining (software uniformly simulated HDR),  The Shallows (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Bridge on the River Kwai (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Deer Hunter (software uniformly simulated HDR),  The Elephant Man (software uniformly simulated HDR), A Quiet Place (software uniformly simulated HDR), Easy Rider (software uniformly simulated HDR), Suspiria (software uniformly simulated HDR), Pan's Labyrinth (software uniformly simulated HDR) The Wizard of Oz, (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Shining, (software uniformly simulated HDR), Batman Returns (software uniformly simulated HDR), Don't Look Now (software uniformly simulated HDR), The Man Who Killed Killed and then The Bigfoot  (software uniformly simulated HDR), Bram Stoker's Dracula (software uniformly simulated HDR), Lucy (software uniformly simulated HDR), They Live (software uniformly simulated HDR), Shutter Island (software uniformly simulated HDR),  The Matrix (software uniformly simulated HDR), Alien (software uniformly simulated HDR), Toy Story (software uniformly simulated HDR),  A Few Good Men (software uniformly simulated HDR),  2001: A Space Odyssey (HDR caps udated), Schindler's List (simulated HDR), The Neon Demon (No HDR), Dawn of the Dead (No HDR), Saving Private Ryan (simulated HDR and 'raw' captures), Suspiria (No HDR), The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (No HDR), The Big Lebowski, and I Am Legend (simulated and 'raw' HDR captures).

Audio comments (same as below): The audio gives the option of DTS-HD Master mono (24-bit) tracks - in English or Italian. The sound is flat and has production limitations (that we often note in Italian productions of this era,) The DUB is, as usual, a bit awkward but the dialogue is clear enough and there is a score by Luis Bacalov (The Seduction, Il Postino, A Bullet for the General, Shoot First, Die Later, Django Unchained, City of Women)  including the funky Django (theme) performed by Rocky Roberts work wonders for the pasta-genre atmosphere. Arrow offer optional English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack or English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack (samples of both below) on their Region FREE 4K UHD.

The significant increase in detail, contrast, and vivid colors, are all evidently clear from each and every comparison image below. This 4K UHD of "Django" is a must-own for new adopters and enough to encourage every pasta-western fan to upgrade. One of my favorite 4K UHD presentations of the year to date.

Colin Zavitz

***

ADDITION - Arrow Films - Region FREE - Blu-ray January 2019: Arrow have transferred the iconic Spaghetti western, Django in a two-disc to Blu-ray package with Texas Adios. Django's transfer is described as  a "New restoration from a 4K scan from the original camera negative by Arrow Films". Aside from the image weaknesses in the first few minutes (first capture with Django standing on a hill dragging the coffin behind him) - it looks fabulous. In fact it looks so good that it brings out inconsistencies in the, formerly definitive, Blue Underground HD where the grain often looked fabricated. The Arrow is more film-like, darker, still showing grain and colors perk up to a richer level. After some extensive comparisons on my system - the Arrow, with a slightly higher bitrate, wins this battle in the 1080P image department.

NOTE: Arrow withdrew both editions from their catalogue pending the outcome of a rights dispute between Blue Underground (who claimed to still have sole ownership of the film's US distribution rights, and had sent cease and desist letters to consumers who had pre-ordered the titles) and the film's Italian rights holder Surf Film (from whom Arrow obtained permission to release both films.) While it still doesn't appear available - I do have these two screeners.

The audio gives the option of DTS-HD Master mono (24-bit) tracks - in English or Italian. The sound is flat and has production limitations (that we often note in Italian productions of this era,) The DUB is, as usual, a bit awkward but the dialogue is clear enough and there is a score by
Luis Bacalov (The Seduction, Il Postino, A Bullet for the General, Shoot First, Die Later, Django Unchained, City of Women)  including the funky Django (theme) performed by Rocky Roberts work wonders for the pasta-genre atmosphere. Arrow offer optional English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack or English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack (samples of both below) on their Region FREE
Blu-ray.

IArrow add an audio commentary by film critic, historian and theorist Stephen Prince who we often associate with Japanese film commentaries. There are newly filmed interview with star Franco Nero (for over 26-minutes), assistant director Ruggero Deodato, co-writer Franco Rossetti, with Sergio Corbucci's wife Nora Corbucci plus archival interviews with co-writer Piero Vivarelli and with stuntman and actor Gilberto Galimberti. That over 1.5 hours of interviews there alone. Discovering Django is a newly filmed appreciation by Spaghetti Westerns scholar Austin Fisher plus there is an introduction to Django by Alex Cox, an archival featurette with the acclaimed director (also found in the Argent
Blu-ray) plus an extensive gallery of original promotional images from the Mike Siegel Archive and original trailers (Italian - 2:48 - optional subtitles / International - 2:58) while the package has a double-sided fold-out poster, reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Sean Phillips and has a limited edition 60-page perfect-bound book featuring new writing on the film by Howard Hughes and Roberto Curti, and original reviews. Wow.

This is BIG news. Easily the Arrow is the definitive
Blu-ray package for the 1966 classic Spaghetti genre Django that produced more than thirty unofficial "sequels". It's such a great western starting with a unknown man dragging a coffin into town. It's reputation is totally deserved and this Blu-ray has done the film justice. I can't say enough about it. When it becomes available - don't hesitate!

Gary Tooze

***

ADDITION - Argent Films - Region FREE - Blu-ray January 2013: The Argent Films looks fine - but it has 2/3's of the bitrate of the Blue Underground and this shows up in the colors which are notably richer (mostly reds) on the US release. Skin tones and detail suffer marginally with the weaker transfer. I still love the Blue Underground textures (although some have questioned their authenticity) but the Argent gave me a pretty good presentation with no noise - better than the DVDs but a notch below the more robust BU.

Audio is likewise lossless in a DTS-HD Master for both English and Italian. I couldn't identify much of a difference playing certain scenes back-to-back and the UK Blu-ray also offers subtitle - but only in English.  I determine it as being Region FREE.

Supplements also lean to the Blue Underground with the 'Western Italian Style' piece  although the Argent also includes a 12-minute conversation with Franco Nero and some wonderful insight from Alex Cox (Repo Man) for another dozen minutes. There are theatrical trailers for both international and Italian audiences as well as a 3-minute alternative opening sequence. The Package has a reversible sleeve with original Poster Artwork.

Such a cool film - worthy of multiple visitations. The Blue Undergrounds is 50% OFF at the writing of this review but temporarily Out-of-stock

***

ADDITION - Blue Underground - Region 'A' - Blu-ray May 2010: Blue Underground continues to impress! Similar to their DVD edition this is advertised as "This definitive edition of DJANGO has been newly transferred in glorious High Definition from its camera negative, and includes the original Italian audio track featuring Franco Nero's own voice. Following extensive restoration work, Blue Underground is now proud to present the most stunning and complete version of DJANGO you will ever see!". And it appears true.

The damage marks seen on the Blue Underground DVD have been irradiated - the image is sharper and it has a wonderful consistent sheen of grain. Colors like red and blues become truer and aside from some frailty it looks absolutely magnificent. The disc is dual-layered with a high bitrate. Wow - what an improvement!

Audio has original mono for English and Italian versions. Both are offered in lossless DTS-HD Master tracks. This is cleaner and has more resonance but, obviously no depth or separation. Cool to hear Franco Nero's recognizable voice. The Blu-ray offers subtitles in English (SDH), English, French and Spanish - in a yellow font. My Momitsu has identified this disc as being a region 'A'-locked.

Extras duplicate some of the past DVD with a 30-second intro by Nero, the "Django: The One and Only": interviews with star Franco Nero and assistant director Ruggero Deodato for just shy of 15-minutes, The Last Pistolero is a western, black and white, short with Nero, "Western, Italian Style" - A 1968 documentary about the Spaghetti Western phenomenon containing interviews with Directors Enzo G. Castellari, Sergio Sollima and Sergio Corbucci. This runs almost 40-minutes. There are also 2 trailers.

This is an extremely popular title - and has always been so. DVD editions have sold out many times and this Blu-ray is easily the definitive edition. It has an enduring charm and I'll credit Nero with a lot of that - but the Corbucci direction deserves credit as well. They don't make them like this anymore. This 1080P edition is a true gem that we strongly recommend! Let's hope Blue Underground continue releasing these strong transfers or niche titles. I expect this will be a great seller!

****

ON THE DVDs: RE: written on the Blue Underground box: 

"This definitive edition of DJANGO has been re-mastered from the original camera negative, recently discovered in a Rome vault untouched for over three decades.

Also included for the first time is the optional Italian audio track featuring Franco Nero’s own voice."

 

There are a few instances where the Anchor Bay shows some cropping in the horizontal. Although the Blue Underground version shows some damage it is miles ahead of the Anchor Bay which has washed out colors and it extremely hazy. The Blue Underground comes with a host of Extras in the boxset as well as the audio options of Italian as well as English. For Django fans this is an easy choice; get the Blue Underground boxset!

- Gary W. Tooze


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Arrow 4K UHD

Sound:

Arrow 4K UHD + Blu-ray

Extras: Arrow 4K UHD + Blu-ray

 

Box Covers

 

Available in a two-pack, from Arrow, on Blu-ray with Texas Adios - Reviewed HERE

BONUS CAPTURES:

Distribution Blue Underground
Region 'A' -
Blu-ray
Argent
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow
Region FREE -
Blu-ray
Arrow - Region FREE - 4K UHD



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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