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Blu-ray includes illustrated perfect-bound book with new writing by Nicholas Clement and Kat Ellinger and archive materials including production notes and a 2002 interview with Charles de Lauzirika about the restoration of the Director's Cut, large double-sided poster with newly commissioned artwork by Neil Davies and original theatrical artwork by John Alvin, glossy full-color portraits of the cast photographed by Annie Leibovitz, six double-sided postcard-sized lobby card reproductions, and a reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned artwork by Neil Davies and original theatrical artwork by John Alvin while supplies last.
This is such stuff as dreams are made of. This is Legend.
After changing the face of science fiction cinema forever with Alien and Blade Runner, director Ridley Scott turned his visionary eye to the fantasy genre, teaming with writer William Hjortsberg (Angel Heart) to create a breathtaking cinematic fairytale with one of the screen's most astonishingly rendered depictions of Evil.
In an idyllic, sun-dappled forest, the pure-hearted Jack (Tom Cruise) takes his true love Princess Lili (Mia Sara) to see a pair of unicorns frolicking at the forest's edge. Little do they know, however, that the Lord of Darkness (Tim Curry, in a remarkable make-up designed by The Thing's Rob Bottin) has dispatched his minions to capture the unicorns and sever their horns so that he may plunge the world into everlasting night. After Lili and the unicorns are taken prisoner, Jack must team with a group of forest creatures and descend into Darkness' subterranean lair to face off against the devilish creature before it is too late. Despite a troubled production in which the elaborate full-size forest set was accidentally incinerated and a lengthy post-production that resulted in multiple versions of the film (with competing music scores by Jerry Goldsmith and Tangerine Dream), Legend has since been restored to Scott's original cut and embraced by generations of film fans eager to see a master director's unique vision of a world beyond our imagination.
Starring Tom Cruise, Tim Curry, Mia Sara, Billy Barty, David Bennent, Robert Picardo, Alice Playten
Special Features: High Definition (1080p) Blu-ray presentations of the U.S. Theatrical Cut and the Director’s Cut, DTS-HD MA 5.1 and 2.0 stereo audio on both cuts, 2 Disc Set
DISC 1: US THEATRICAL CUT: New 2K restoration of the US Theatrical Cut from original materials including a 4K scan of the original negative, New commentary by Paul M. Sammon author of Ridley Scott: The Making of His Movies, 2002 Reconstructed isolated score by Tangerine Dream, Isolated music and effects track, A Fairytale in Pinewood, new featurette interviewing grip David Cadwalladr, costume designer Charles Knode, co-star Annabelle Lanyon, camera operator Peter MacDonald, set decorator Ann Mollo and draftsman John Ralph, Incarnations of a Legend, comparison featurette written and narrated by critic Travis Crawford, The Directors: Ridley Scott, 2003 documentary where the director discusses his career, including Legend, “Is Your Love Strong Enough?” music video by Bryan Ferry
DISC 2: DIRECTOR’S CUT: Audio commentary by Ridley Scott, Creating A Myth: Memories of Legend, a 2002 documentary with interviews with Ridley Scott, William Hjortsberg, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, Rob Bottin and others, Original promotional featurette, Alternate 'Four Goblins' opening and 'The Fairie Dance' deleted scene, Storyboard galleries for three deleted scenes, Two drafts of William Hjortsberg's screenplay, Alternate footage from the overseas release plus textless footage, Trailers and TV spots, Still galleries
PLEASE NOTE: DISC EXTRAS ARE STILL IN PRODUCTION AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Arrow Video // 1986 // 94 minutes // Rated PG // Color // English with English SDH subtitles // All Region
"Legend is a gothic fairy tale brought to life" - Ed Gonzalez, Slant
"Legend is still so much fun to watch. It's a visual feast, a truly grim fairy tale." - Jessica Mason, The Mary Sue
" A sumptuous, richly colored feast." - Kevin Thomas, LA Times