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The In-Laws (The Criterion Collection)(Blu-ray)(Region A)

The In-Laws (The Criterion Collection)(1979) Blu-ray
 
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The In-Laws Blu-ray
Criterion | 1979 | 103 min | Rated PG | Jul 05, 2016

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50GB Blu-ray Disc
Single disc (1 BD)
UPC 715515181112

ACTION
ADVENTURE
COMEDY
CRIME
THRILLER

The In-Laws (The Criterion Collection)(1979) Blu-ray

With his daughter about to marry, Manhattan dentist Sheldon Kornpett is getting in over his head. The groom's father Vince Ricardo (who may/may not be CIA) has been in over his head so long he may have lost it totally.

Director: Arthur Hiller
Writer: Andrew Bergman
Starring: Peter Falk, Alan Arkin, Richard Libertini, Michael Lembeck, James Hong, Nancy Dussault

The In-Laws

Peter Falk and Alan Arkin make for a hilarious dream team in this beloved American sidesplitter. Directed by Arthur Hiller from an ingenious script by Andrew Bergman, The In-Laws may at first seem like a generic meet-the-parents comedy, as Arkin's mild-mannered dentist suspiciously eyes Falk's volatile mystery man, whose son is engaged to his daughter. But soon, through a series of events too serpentine and surprising to spoil, the two men are brought together by a dangerous mission that takes them from suburban New Jersey to Honduras. Fueled by elaborate stunt work and the laconic, naturalistic charms of its two stars, The In-Laws deserves its status as a madcap classic—and has continued to draw ardent fans in the years since its release.

Special Features:
- New 2K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
- Audio commentary from 2003 featuring director Arthur Hiller, actors Alan Arkin and Peter Falk, and writer Andrew Bergman
- New interview with Arkin
- In Support of "The In-Laws," a new interview program featuring actors Ed Begley Jr., Nancy Dussault, James Hong, and David Paymer
- Trailer
- PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by comedy writer Stephen Winer and a 2011 recollection of the making of the film by Hiller
STREET DATE: JULY 5.

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