'Bonnie and Clyde' to Hide Out on High-Def3 Dec, 2007 By: John Latchem
Bonnie and Clyde: Special Edition
Warner Home Video is re-releasing the 1967 gangster classic Bonnie and Clyde March 25 (prebook Feb. 5) in two new DVD editions, as well as on Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD.
The landmark film starred Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the leaders of a gang of bank robbers in the 1930s. It was one of Warner's initial DVDs in 1997 but hasn't been reissued until now.
The new two-disc Bonnie and Clyde: Special Edition DVD offers a remastered version of the film and more than three hours of new bonus content for $20.97. Included are deleted scenes, wardrobe tests, the retrospective documentary “Revolution! The Making of Bonnie and Clyde” and the History Channel's “Love & Death: The Story of Bonnie and Clyde,” a look at the lives of the historical figures upon which the film is based.
The $39.92 Bonnie and Clyde: Ultimate Collector's Edition adds to the two-disc set a 36-page hardcover book, a 24-page reproduction of the original 1967 press guide, and a special mail-in poster offer.
The HD DVD and Blu-ray versions are offered at $34.99.
Also due March 25 (prebook Feb. 19) is the Warner Bros. Pictures Gangsters Collection Vol. 3, a set of six vintage gangster films at $59.92 for the box or $19.97 each.