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DVD is the best option.
It's 16/9 enhanced and presented in the films Original Aspect ratio of 2.35:1.
Special Features include:
Commentary by DVD Producer Nick Redman, authors Paul Seydor, Garner Simmons & David Weddle.
"Virtual" audio commentary with stills featuring Steve McQueen, Ali MacGraw and Sam Peckinpah.
Original Theatrical Trailer.
|Steve McQueen's return to form.|
After the financial and critical disaster of Le Mans,
The Getaway was a much needed success for McQueen. He produced one of his most natural performances in the role of masterthief Doc McCoy.
|After robbing a bank McCoy finds himself on the run from the police, mobster cowboys and an old partner who is out for revenge. McQueen and his beautiful onscreen and soon to be offscreen wife (Ali MacGraw) race across the country in a bid to reach the safety of the Mexican border with a fortune in cash.|
|Husband and Wife shooting themselves out of a situation...|
McQueen teamed with legendary director Sam Peckinpah and the results are some of the most intense acting and action ever captured on film.
|The success of The Getaway led to an inevitable remake with lesser actors, so forget that and watch the original!|
|McQueen regular Ben Johnson is back again
|McQueen, MacGraw and legendary screen cowboy Slim Pickens|