Wanderers (Kino Cinema Classics) (Blu-Ray)

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Brand New 2K Restoration! Meet the Wanderers, the Coolest Guys in Town! Tully High School seniors Richie, Joey and Perry run with a gang called The Wanderers in the Bronx. The year is 1963 but their experiences are universal: falling in love, surviving in school and defending their turf against rivals like the Fordham Baldies, the Del Bombers and the Ducky Boys

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Brand New 2K Restoration! Meet the Wanderers, the Coolest Guys in Town! Tully High School seniors Richie, Joey and Perry run with a gang called The Wanderers in the Bronx. The year is 1963 but their experiences are universal: falling in love, surviving in school and defending their turf against rivals like the Fordham Baldies, the Del Bombers and the Ducky Boys. From the acclaimed first novel by Richard Price (Clockers), The Wanderers is a rich fabric of comedy and tragedy, fantasy and farce. Director Philip Kaufman (The Right Stuff) mixes dynamic talents that include Ken Wahl (The Soldier), Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark), Toni Kalem (The Sopranos) and Linda Manz (Days of Heaven) with a jukebox full of golden oldies to generate a heady atmosphere. Like American Graffiti and Saturday Night Fever, this cult-classic is a nostalgic window to a vanished world. Beautifully shot by the great Michael Chapman (Taxi Driver, Raging Bull). This special edition includes both the original theatrical version and the very rarely seen Preview Cut.  

124 Minute ‘Preview Cut’ of The Wanderers | Audio Commentary by co-writer and director Philip Kaufman | Audio Commentary by Columbia University Film Professor, Annette Insdorf, author of the book Philip Kaufman | Back to the Bronx with Richard Price Featurette | Wanderers Forever – Live Q&A at NYC’s Film Forum with Karen Allen, Toni Kalem, Tony Ganios and Richard Price | The Wanderers Q&A at LA’s Cinefamily with Philip Kaufman, Alan Rosenberg and Peter Kaufman | Audio Q&A at NYC’s Film Forum and SF’s Drafthouse with Philip Kaufman and Richard Price | Introduction by Karen Allen, Toni Kalem and Tony Ganios | Original theatrical trailers and TV Spots | Reverse Blu-ray art

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Weight 5 oz