Robin Hood DVD released
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Robin Hood DVD released

The DVD and Blu-Ray versions of Robin Hood have been released. They contain the theatrical version of the film as well as an unrated version, which is approximately 15 minutes longer.

Other extras on the film include twelve minutes? worth of deleted scenes, with optional commentary and an introduction by editor Pietro Scalia; an hour-long documentary called Rise and Rise Again: Making Ridley Scott?s Robin Hood; and The Art of Nottingham, which offers viewers a snapshot of the pre-vis/storyboard effort, productions design, costuming, and a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos. The Blu-Ray version also contains a ?Director?s Notebook,? which is a pop-up feature that runs during the picture, stopping to showcase production featurettes, stills, storyboards, ?Ridleygrams,? and general filmmaking effort.

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