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Blade runner [videorecording] / the Ladd Company in association with Sir Run Run Shaw thru Warner Bros. ; Jerry Perenchio and Bud Yorkin present ; screenplay by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples ; produced by Michael Deeley ; directed by Ridley Scott ; a Michael Deeley-Ridley Scott production.

Contributor(s): Shaw, Run Run, 1907-2014 | Perenchio, Jerry [pro] | Yorkin, Bud, 1926- [pro] | Fancher, Hampton [aus] | Peoples, David Webb [aus] | Deeley, Michael [pro] | Scott, Ridley [drt, pro] | Ford, Harrison, 1942- [act] | Hauer, Rutger, 1944- [act] | Young, Sean [act] | Olmos, Edward James [act] | Walsh, M. Emmet, 1935- [act] | Hannah, Daryl [act] | Sanderson, William, 1944- [act] | James, Brion, 1945-1999 [act] | Turkel, Joe, 1927- [act] | Cassidy, Joanna, 1945- [act] | Hong, James [act] | Paull, Morgan [act] | Cronenweth, Jordan [cng] | Vangelis [cmp] | Trumbull, Douglas, 1942- | Paull, Lawrence G | Mead, Syd | Lauzirika, Charles de [drt, pro] | Dick, Philip K. Do androids dream of electric sheep? | Lauzirika Motion Picture Company | Ladd Company | Warner Bros. Pictures (1969- ) | Warner Home Video (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2007]Edition: Two-disc special ed.Description: 2 videodiscs (117 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 1419850024; 9781419850028.Uniform titles: Blade runner (Motion picture : Final cut) Subject(s): Androids -- Drama | Dystopias -- Drama | Genetic engineering -- Drama | Cyborgs -- Drama | Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Drama | Dystopias -- Drama | Genetic engineering -- Drama | Cyborgs -- Drama | Androids | Cyborgs | Dystopias | Genetic engineering | California -- Los AngelesGenre/Form: Feature films -- United States. | Feature films -- Great Britain. | Feature films -- Hong Kong. | Drama. | Science fiction -- Feature. | Film noir -- Feature. | Thriller -- Feature. | Science fiction films. | Film noir. | Suspense films. | Feature films. | Science fiction films. | Action and adventure films. | Thrillers (Motion pictures) | Films for the hearing impaired.DDC classification: 791.43/72 Online resources: Connect to reviews of this title online.
Contents:
Blade Runner -- Credits and foreword -- Eye on the city -- Emotional response -- Interrupted sushi -- Old blade runner magic -- Replicants in question -- Rachael: Voight-Kampff test -- Leon's hotel room -- Chew's visitors -- If only you could see -- Someone else's memories -- Pris meets Sebastian -- Deckard's dream -- Esper enhancement -- Manufactured skin -- Miss Salome -- Pursuing Zhora -- Retirement witnessed -- How many to go? -- Wake up. Time to die -- I owe you one -- Say "Kiss me." -- Only two of us now -- We need you, Sebastian -- Right moves -- Prodigal son brings death -- No way to treat a friend -- Death among the menagerie -- Proud of yourself? -- Wounded animals -- Building ledge -- The roof -- To live in fear -- Like tears in rain -- Souvenir -- End credits
Dangerous days: Making Blade Runner -- Incept date 1980: Screenwriting and dealmaking -- Blush response: Assembling the cast -- A good start: Designing the future -- Eye of the storm: Production begins -- Living in fear: Tension on the set -- Beyond the window: Visual effects -- In need of magic: Post-production problems -- To Hades and back: Release and resurrection / Jerry Perenchio, Bud Yorkin, and Warner Home Video present ; a Lauzirika production ; produced and directed by Charles de Lauzirika ; Lauzirika Motion Picture Company
Production Credits: Director of photography, Jordan Cronenweth ; supervising editor, Terry Rawlings ; music composed, arranged, performed and produced by Vangelis ; production designed by Lawrence G. Paull ; special photograpic effects, Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yurichich, David Dryer ; visual futurist, Syd Mead ; costumes designed by Charles Knode and Michael Kaplan ; art director, David L. Snyder. Final cut restoration: producer, Charles de Lauzirika ; editor, Gillian Hutshing. | Dangerous days: making Blade Runner: Editors, William Hooke, Oliver Power, Michael Eaton, Jonathan Pulley ; camera, William Hooke, Eric Marquis, Guy Jackson, Shaun Donahue, Paul Mayne.
Cast: Harrison Ford (Deckard), Rutger Hauer (Batty), Sean Young (Rachael), Edward James Olmos (Gaff), M. Emmet Walsh (Bryant), Daryl Hannah (Pris), William Sanderson (Sebastian), Brion James (Leon), Joe Turkel (Tyrell), Joanna Cassidy (Zhora), James Hong (Chew), Morgan Paull (Holden).Summary: "What does it mean to be human?" In Los Angeles, November 2019, it means depressed, alcoholic, hard-boiled cop Rick Deckard is hunting Replicants. Again. A group of Replicant escapees from off world is leaving bodies in their wake. Lethally cool ex-soldier Roy Batty leads the group of dim, brutal Leon, sexy Zhora, and gymnastic Pris, which is why they are so dangerous. On Earth illegally, Roy and Pris are in love, and desperate to find a way to circumvent their built-in four-year termination date. Deckard's job--to find them and 'retire' them--is complicated by the results of his inquiries with their creator at the Tyrell Corporation. There Deckard meets a young woman named Rachael who may be a replicant--and his next target.
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DVD; Region 1, NTSC; 5.1 Dolby Digital surround; widescreen presentation preserving the 2.35:1 aspect ratio of its original theatrical exhibition; enhanced for widescreen televisions.

In English or dubbed French, with optional subtitles in English SDH, French or Spanish; Disc 2 in English with optional subtitles in English SDH, French or Spanish.

Based on the novel "Do androids dream of electric sheep?" by Philip K. Dick.

Harrison Ford (Deckard), Rutger Hauer (Batty), Sean Young (Rachael), Edward James Olmos (Gaff), M. Emmet Walsh (Bryant), Daryl Hannah (Pris), William Sanderson (Sebastian), Brion James (Leon), Joe Turkel (Tyrell), Joanna Cassidy (Zhora), James Hong (Chew), Morgan Paull (Holden).

Director of photography, Jordan Cronenweth ; supervising editor, Terry Rawlings ; music composed, arranged, performed and produced by Vangelis ; production designed by Lawrence G. Paull ; special photograpic effects, Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yurichich, David Dryer ; visual futurist, Syd Mead ; costumes designed by Charles Knode and Michael Kaplan ; art director, David L. Snyder. Final cut restoration: producer, Charles de Lauzirika ; editor, Gillian Hutshing.

Dangerous days: making Blade Runner: Editors, William Hooke, Oliver Power, Michael Eaton, Jonathan Pulley ; camera, William Hooke, Eric Marquis, Guy Jackson, Shaun Donahue, Paul Mayne.

Originally produced as a motion picture in 1982.

"All new final cut by director Ridley Scott"--Slipcase.

"Digitally restored and remastered incorporating new footage and special effects never before seen. Soundtrack remastered in Dolby digital 5.1. Definitive documentary incorporating outtakes, deleted scenes, and all-new interviews."--Container.

MPAA rating: Rated R for violence and brief nudity.

"What does it mean to be human?" In Los Angeles, November 2019, it means depressed, alcoholic, hard-boiled cop Rick Deckard is hunting Replicants. Again. A group of Replicant escapees from off world is leaving bodies in their wake. Lethally cool ex-soldier Roy Batty leads the group of dim, brutal Leon, sexy Zhora, and gymnastic Pris, which is why they are so dangerous. On Earth illegally, Roy and Pris are in love, and desperate to find a way to circumvent their built-in four-year termination date. Deckard's job--to find them and 'retire' them--is complicated by the results of his inquiries with their creator at the Tyrell Corporation. There Deckard meets a young woman named Rachael who may be a replicant--and his next target.

Disc 1: Blade Runner -- Credits and foreword -- Eye on the city -- Emotional response -- Interrupted sushi -- Old blade runner magic -- Replicants in question -- Rachael: Voight-Kampff test -- Leon's hotel room -- Chew's visitors -- If only you could see -- Someone else's memories -- Pris meets Sebastian -- Deckard's dream -- Esper enhancement -- Manufactured skin -- Miss Salome -- Pursuing Zhora -- Retirement witnessed -- How many to go? -- Wake up. Time to die -- I owe you one -- Say "Kiss me." -- Only two of us now -- We need you, Sebastian -- Right moves -- Prodigal son brings death -- No way to treat a friend -- Death among the menagerie -- Proud of yourself? -- Wounded animals -- Building ledge -- The roof -- To live in fear -- Like tears in rain -- Souvenir -- End credits (117 min.) (1982/2007); Special features: Introduction by Ridley Scott (36 sec.); Commentaries [audio features] by director Ridley Scott; Commentary by executive producer/co-screenwriter Hampton Fancher, co-screenwriter David Peoples, producer Michael Deeley, and executive producer Katherine Haber; Commentary by visual futurist Syd Mead, production designer Lawrence G. Paull, art director David L. Snyder, and special photographic effects supervisors Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yuricich, and David Dryer.

Disc 2. Dangerous days: Making Blade Runner -- Incept date 1980: Screenwriting and dealmaking -- Blush response: Assembling the cast -- A good start: Designing the future -- Eye of the storm: Production begins -- Living in fear: Tension on the set -- Beyond the window: Visual effects -- In need of magic: Post-production problems -- To Hades and back: Release and resurrection / Jerry Perenchio, Bud Yorkin, and Warner Home Video present ; a Lauzirika production ; produced and directed by Charles de Lauzirika ; Lauzirika Motion Picture Company (213 min.) (2007); Trailers (4 min.).

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