Universal bows The Greek Tycoon

Universal Home Entertainment has added the 1978 movie The Greek Tycoon to their line-up, making the film available on DVD for the first time in August.

She was the most famous woman in the world. He was a peasant, a pirate, a shark. The Greek Tycoon is the story of their fiery romance. Anthony Quinn portrays Theo Tomasis – the world’s richest and most flamboyant shipping magnate, a man who seemingly has everything he could want – who reaches out and captures his final prize: lovely, expensive, legendary Liz Cassidy (Jacqueline Bisset), widow of a President of the United States. This lavishly mounted drama which focuses on the international jet set’s continual struggle for love and power was filmed in Corfu, Athens, London, New York and Washington, D.C. against backdrops and breathtaking beauty and luxury.

Featuring a fullframe presentation of the film with a Dolby Digital 2.0 audio track, the release will not include any extras.

“The Greek Tycoon” will be in stores on August 3 for $14.98.

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