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Prince is about to get his due on DVD.
In addition to a 20th-anniversary two-disc special edition of Purple Rain, Warner Home Video on Aug. 24 is releasing Graffiti Bridge and Under the Cherry Moon on DVD for the first time.
Prince fans R gonna B excited 2 learn about the double-disc anniversary edition of Purple Rain.
The new version of Purple Rain ($26.99) has a widescreen digital transfer of the film and remixed Dolby Digital surround sound. New extras include featurettes on the Oscar-winning music and eight music videos.
“We wanted to bring (the treatment of the film on DVD) up to today’s standards,” says Warner’s Mike Radiloff.
Prince’s directorial debut, Under the Cherry Moon (1986), which co-starred Kristin Scott Thomas, and the sequel to Purple Rain, Graffiti Bridge, will be one-disc releases ($19.97). Each will have widescreen video and Dolby Digital surround sound.