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Legacy (Standard Edition) / (Uk)

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Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/27/2020
UPC: 5060697920444

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DISC: 1

1. Two Presentations of the Film: The Us Theatrical Cut, Presented in Widescreen from a High Definition Master (100 Mins); the UK T
2. Original Stereo Audio
3. New and Exclusive Audio Commentary with Kevin Lyons, Editor of the Encyclopedia of Fantastic Film and Television
4. An Editing Legacy (2015,14 Mins): Award-Winning Editor and Second Unit Director Anne V Coates Recalls Her Work on the Film
5. The Make-Up Effects of 'The Legacy' (2015,11 Mins): Robin Grantham Discusses His Specialist Make-Up Creations for the Film
6. Ashes and Crashes (2019,4 Mins): Interview with Second Unit Director Joe Marks
7. An Extended Legacy (2019,11 Mins): An Analysis of the Differences Between the Us and UK Cuts
8. Between the Anvil and the Hammer (1973, 27 Mins): The Legacy Director Richard Marquand's Acclaimed Documentary Short Film, Made
9. Original Theatrical Trailer 1
10. Image Gallery: Promotional and Publicity Material

More Info:

Written by the late, great Jimmy Sangster (The Revenge of Frankenstein, Taste of Fear), this supernatural riff on Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None is a gruesome, hugely entertaining chiller. Two American architects (real-life couple Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott, who met on the set of this film) are holidaying in England and find themselves trapped at a country mansion where the various guests become victims in a series of unexplained and increasingly violent deaths. Director Richard Marquand (Return of the Jedi, Jagged Edge), making his feature-film directing debut, deftly balances horror and grisly black humour. The film also boasts sumptuous photography by the great Dick Bush and Alan Hume, a wonderfully eccentric score by Michael J Lewis and a superb supporting cast which includes Charles Gray, Margaret Tyzack, Ian Hogg, John Standing and The Who's Roger Daltrey.