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Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke/BluRay

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

< Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke

US

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  • Region A
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Special Features: The UP IN SMOKE Deluxe Collector's Edition is presented in a 12×12 package, limited to 5,000 copies. The set pairs the Blu-ray with the original soundtrack on CD and VINYL LP, as well as a 7-inch picture disc, oversized "Up In Smoke" rolling papers, a film poster, and booklet with new essays by both Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong, along with rare and unseen photos. In addition to the new version of "Up In Smoke," the CD also features another previously unreleased version of the song from 1978 with an additional Spanish verse by Cheech • NEW How Pedro Met the Man: Up In Smoke at 40 • Audio Commentary by Cheech Marin and director Lou Adler • Roach Clips with Optional Commentary (deleted scenes) • Lighting It Up: A Look Back at Up In Smoke • "Earache My Eye" featuring Alice Bowie: Animated Music Video • Cheech & Chong's "The Man Song" • Vintage Radio Spots • Theatrical Trailer

Up in Smoke 40th Anniversary Deluxe Collector's Edition (Blu-Ray/CD/VINYL LP)

The UP IN SMOKE Deluxe Collector's Edition comes housed in a 12×12 six-panel gatefold package and is limited to 5,000 copies. The set features the Blu-ray detailed above as well as the following:

CD: Original soundtrack album featuring classic Cheech & Chong songs like "Up In Smoke" and "Earache My Eye," other music from the film, and audio clips from the film Previously unreleased version of the song "Up In Smoke" with an additional Spanish verse by Cheech

VINYL LP: Original soundtrack album on vinyl. Back in print for the first time since its initial release in 1978

Picture Disc: 7-inch picture disc of "Earache My Eye" b/w "Lost Due To Incompetence (Theme From A Big Green Van)" with an image of Cheech from the film on the A-side and the classic "YESCA" license plate image on the B-side

Extras: Oversized "Up In Smoke" usable rolling papers: 11×17 film poster with original, tagline "Don't Go Straight To See This Movie" • Booklet with new essays by both Cheech Marin & Tommy Chong along with rare and unseen photos

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