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Dances with Wolves Extended Cut on Blu-ray in January 2011

MGM Home Entertainment has announced they will be bringing Kevin Costner’s sprawling western epic, Dances with Wolves to 2-disc Blu-ray and 1-disc DVD just after the new year on January 11, 2011 at the suggested retail prices of $29.99 US/$32.99 Canada and $19.98 US/$21.98 Canada, respectively.

Technical specifications for the Blu-ray release include a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 lossless soundtrack with English, French, and Spanish subtitles and widescreen high definition transfer of the extended cut with 50-minutes of extra footage.

2-Disc Blu-ray Bonus Features:

Disc 1:

  • 7.1 DTS HD Master Audio Track
  • Extended cut of film includes over 50 minutes of extra footage
  • Commentary by Kevin Costner and Producer Jim Wilson
  • Commentary by Director of Photography Dean Semler and Editor Neil Travis
  • New Interactive Special Features:
    • Military Rank and Social Hierarchy Guide (interactive)
    • Real History or Movie Make Believe (interactive)

Disc 2:

  • A Day In The Life On The Frontier Featurette (*new*)
  • The Creation of an Epic Retrospective Documentary
  • Original Making-Of Featurette
  • Original Music VideoDances Photo Montage with Introduction by Ben Glass
  • Poster Gallery
  • TV Spots

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