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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 210400805
UPC: 786936771404
UPC 14: 00786936771404
Rating: Game Rating Code
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"She Walked Off the Street, Into His Life, and Stole His Heart."
Academy Award winner Julia Roberts (Best Actress, Erin Brockovich, 2000) and Golden Globe winner Richard Gere (Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, Chicago, 2003) will leave you breathless in Pretty Woman -- now more irresistible than ever on Blu-ray Disc.

Vivian (Roberts) is a spirited, streetwise diamond in the rough when she meets shrewed, no-nonsense billionaire Edward Lewis (Gere). It's a chance encounter that turns a weeklong "business arrangement" into a timeless rags-to-riches romance. Fall in love all over again as this contemporary Cinderella story unfolds before your eyes in the sparkling clarity of high-definition -- up to six times the resolution of DVD! Savor every word, every laugh, and every unforgettable song as the magnificently enhanced audio quality embraces you. Experience all the comedy, charm and passion of this beloved classic as never before on Blu-ray Hi-Def!

"A charming movie, a delightful comedy!  ABC-TV
"...graced by first-class performances from two easy-on-the-eye stars and a sharp, funny script.  Joe Berry, Empire
"Light, charming and thoroughly entertaining, with Roberts a delight in a star-making role.  Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide
"Light, bubbly and romantic!  Newsweek
"...the sweetest and most openhearted love fable since The Princess glows with romance.  Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

Editor's Note
In the Cinderella story that made Julia Roberts a star, a corporate raider hires a hooker to pose as his girlfriend for a week... and falls in love. Meanwhile, she wonders if the straight life - with him - might be a dream come true. Academy Award Nominations: Best Actress--Julia Roberts.


Video Features Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Spanish, French, Dubbed & Subtitled

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/20/2015
Video Play Time Running Time: 125 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1990
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 05804300
Video UPC UPC: 00786936771404
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Ralph Bellamy
Video Cast Info Gary Greene
Video Cast Info Harvey Keenan
Video Cast Info James Patrick Dunne
Video Cast Info Larry Miller
Video Cast Info Mychael Bates
Video Cast Info Don Feldstein
Video Cast Info Mariann Aalda
Video Cast Info Nancy Locke
Video Cast Info Judith Baldwin
Video Cast Info Patrick D. Stuart
Video Cast Info Stacy Keach Sr.
Video Cast Info Jason Alexander
Video Cast Info Hank Azaria
Video Cast Info Lloyd T. Williams
Video Cast Info Lloyd Nelson
Video Cast Info Amy Yasbeck
Video Cast Info Abdul Salaam el Razzac
Video Cast Info Marty Nadler
Video Cast Info Valorie Armstrong
Video Cast Info Dey Young
Video Cast Info Richard Gere
Video Cast Info Marvin Braverman
Video Cast Info R.C. Everbeck
Video Cast Info John David Carson
Video Cast Info Larry Hankin
Video Cast Info R. Darrell Hunter
Video Cast Info Tracy Reiner
Video Cast Info Minda Burr
Video Cast Info Bruce Eckstut
Video Cast Info Hector Elizondo
Video Cast Info Rhonda Hansome
Video Cast Info Patrick Richwood
Video Cast Info Rodney Kageyama
Video Cast Info Norman Large
Video Cast Info Laurelle Brooks
Video Cast Info Robyn Peterson
Video Cast Info Allan Kent
Video Cast Info Laura San Giacomo
Video Cast Info Cheri Caspari
Video Cast Info Carol Williard
Video Cast Info Karin Calabro
Video Cast Info Julia Roberts
Video Cast Info William Gallo
Video Cast Info Alex Statler
Video Cast Info Lucinda Crosby
Video Cast Info Alex Hyde-White
Video Cast Info Lynda Goodfriend
Video Cast Info Shane Ross
Video Cast Info Daniel Bardol
Video Cast Info Elinor Donahue
Video Cast Info Julie Paris
Video Cast Info Joseph Campanella
Video Cast Info Steve Restivo
Video Cast Info Calvin E. Remsberg
Video Cast Info Kathi Marshall
Video Cast Info Jeff Michalski
Video Cast Info Michael French
Video Cast Info Amzie Strickland
Video Cast Info Reed Anthony
Video Cast Info Douglas Stitzel
Video Cast Info Tom Nolan
Video Cast Info Tracy Bjork
Video Cast Info Scott A. Marshall
Video Cast Info Albert Brenner - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Steven Reuther - Producer
Video Cast Info Arnon Milchan - Producer
Video Cast Info James Newton Howard - Composer
Video Cast Info J.F. Lawton - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Gary Zink - Special Effects
Video Cast Info Marilyn Vance - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Chuck Minsky - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Patricia Nedd - Editor
Video Cast Info Garry Marshall - Director
Plot Summary
While driving back to his Beverly Hills hotel, millionaire corporate raider Edward Lewis takes a wrong turn and ends up on Hollywood Boulevard, where he meets prostitute Vivian Ward. She steers him back to his hotel, charming him along the way, and he decides to hire her for the rest of the evening. In the morning, Edward realizes that he could use an escort for the week, so he hands Vivian $3000 to stay -- and sends her on a fantasy shopping spree. What begins as a purely business transaction develops into something more, but can a poor prostitute and a rich businessman really live happily ever after?


British Academy Awards (1991)
   Video Award Name Arnon Milchan, et. al., Nominee, Best Film

Golden Globe (1991)
   Video Award Name Hector Elizondo, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

British Academy Awards (1991)
   Video Award Name J.F. Lawton, Nominee, Best Screenplay - Original

Golden Globe (1991)
Video Award Name Julia Roberts, Winner, Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical

Oscar (1991)
   Video Award Name Julia Roberts, Nominee, Best Actress in a Leading Role

British Academy Awards (1991)
   Video Award Name Julia Roberts, Nominee, Best Actress
   Video Award Name Marilyn Vance, Nominee, Best Costume Design

People's Choice (1991)
Video Award Name Pretty Woman, Winner, Favorite Comedy Motion Picture

Golden Globe (1991)
   Video Award Name Pretty Woman, Nominee, Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical
   Video Award Name Richard Gere, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"...Pleasingly performed..." 03/23/1990 p.4D

New York Times
"...Something special....[Roberts] is so enchantingly beautiful, so funny, so natural and such an absolute delight that it is hard to hold anything against the movie..." 03/23/1990 p.C20

Entertainment Weekly
"...This flick was all about Julia..." 01/11/2002 p.41

Entertainment Weekly
"Roberts' break-out movie..." 09/09/2005 p.134-135

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]illy, snazzy escapism that reminds us of simpler times." 01/25/2009

Apollo Movie Guide 8 of 10
There is so very much to hate about Pretty Woman...Start with the obvious: its romanticization of the sex trade. This movie of the fairytale rags-to-riches success of a young Los Angeles prostitute (Julia Roberts) who just needs a night with mega zillionaire Edward Lewis (Richard Gere) to be transformed from streetwalker to sweet woman-of-everyone's-dreams, is based on a truly offensive premise...Sure, the movie touches -- ever so briefly and from a safe distance -- the topics of addictions and safe sex, but this is only in passing and is barely noticeable compared to the fundamental premise here -- that this is a reasonable option for a young woman. Yech...Then consider how Pretty Woman revels in wealth and excess. Are we really supposed to be charmed by the obnoxious waste of two people jetting off from Los Angeles to San Francisco for an hour or two of opera? In their own private jet?...And complete this trifecta of objectionableness by considering the shallowness of director Garry Marshall's film, along with pretty much everything else he has ever created...Yes, there is much to hate about Pretty Woman. Until you actually sit down and watch the film...Don't get me wrong. All the criticisms are true. No doubt about it. Yet Roberts shines so brightly, and her chemistry with Gere feels so authentic, it's impossible not to fall in love with her, in a brief and insubstantial Hollywood Moment kind of way...By all accounts, Garry Marshall is an extremely nice man, and he certainly doesn't need an endorsement by me after a record of virtually unparalleled television and big screen success. But for what it's worth and against all odds, the presence of the incomparable Roberts makes Pretty Woman a damn enjoyable career-defining film for Marshall, and a guilty pleasure for movie lovers. - Brian Webster

The Washington Post 8 of 10
"Pretty Woman" is a working girl indeed, not just some underemployed wretch in a typing pool, but an honest-to-God streetwalking Cinderella who finds her corporate Prince Charming, a Wall Street tycoon lost along Hollywood's Boulevard of Stars. A tale of two hustlers, this romp reminds us, as if we could forget between money movies, that there is great similarity between the Street and the streets...The movie is a hash, a Frankensteinian fantasy of great romantic moments. Written by newcomer J.F. Lawton, the comedy is a mosaic of "Moonstruck," "Splash," "The Fabulous Baker Boys," "Working Girl," "My Fair Lady" and "An Officer and a Gentleman," among others. The only thing missing is King Kong...Julia Roberts and Richard Gere costar in this bubbly scamper, which goes to the head like champagne -- the cheap, sweet kind that leaves you with a throbbing head. And yet this monstrously derivative romance is great giddy fun. Champagne is champagne, after all, and Roberts is sheer carbonation. An Oscar nominee for her role in "Steel Magnolias," she is as exuberant as a cheerleader in the role of streetwise Vivian Ward. One of the good prostitutes, she has been driven by circumstances to sell sex, when she is rescued by Edward Lewis (Gere)...Directed by Garry Marshall, a veteran of TV sitcoms and movie dramedies, the movie dances along, a whirl of fashion shows and magic moments, mush and comic irony...It's cotton candy of the most commonplace and shabby fantasies spun into a frighteningly appealing gossamer. With its sure direction, captivating performances -- including supporting ones by Hector Elizondo and Laura San Giacomo -- and clever dialogue, "Pretty Woman" seduces all but the most wary. That's because the lady is a tramp. - Rita Kempley

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