Warner Brothers Home Entertainment is preparing three special editions just in time for fathers day. Wyatt Earp, Enter the Dragon and for the first time on disc Around the World in 80 Days.
Kevin Costner portrays one of the Wild West’s most acclaimed lawmen in Wyatt Earp, the gritty biographical western; a complex portrait of the life, loves and adventures of the man who became a legend in a lawless land. Dennis Quaid also stars as Doc Holliday and Gene Hackman as Nicholas Earp; Lawrence Kasdan directed.
The Wyatt Earp DVD will include the feature film on Disc one while disc two will contain the documentaries It Happened that Way and Walk with a Legend and eleven deleted scenes.
Bruce Lee stars in his signature film Enter the Dragon as an intelligence agency recruit who goes undercover as a Karate tournament contestant to infiltrate a drug trafficking ring. Disc one will contain an audio commentary by producer Paul Heller, the documentaries Blood and Steel: The Making of Enter the Dragon, Bruce Lee: In His Own Words and Lair of the Dragon plus a Linda Lee Cadwell interview gallery
Disc two contains the featurettes Bruce Lee: A Warrior’s Journey and Curse of the Dragon plus theatrical trailers and television spots.
Around the World in 80 Days makes its long awaited DVD debut, with the complete and uncut 182 minute widescreen version. Adapted from the Jules Verne novel about a Victorian Englishman who bets that with the new steamships and railways he can actually travel “around the world in 80 days.
Disc one contains introductions by Turner Classic Movies host and film historian Robert Osborne a commentary by Brian Sibley of BBC Radio, Georges Melies’ A Trip to the Moon, outtakes, a stills gallery, trailers and DVD-ROM content. Disc two also contains introductions by Robert Osborne, the documentary Around the World of Mike Todd and the Playhouse 90 special. Academy Awards Highlights and newsreels of the premiere.
All three sets are due to arrive on May 18th with a $26.99 suggested retail price.