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Street Date 10/5/22

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Includes exclusive 3D custom art, 3D glasses and 16 page booklet with an essay from director Richard Franklin!

11-year-old Davey Osborne (Henry Thomas) loves playing video games and acting out top-secret missions. But the spy game quickly turns from fantasy to reality when he stumbles into a real life adventure involving agents trying to sneak military secrets out of the country concealed in a video game cartridge. With professional hitmen moving in, and everyone thinking he’s still game-playing, Davey enlists the aid of his best friend, an imaginary super spy named Jack Flack (Dabney Coleman) to help him survive the high-stakes action and real bullets! But can he stay one step ahead of his murderous pursuers in this real life game of espionage? Boasting a star turn from Henry Thomas (straight from E.T.) and packed with Hitchcockian set pieces and Atari game action, CLOAK & DAGGER is a nostalgic thrill ride from first breathless frame to last. Umbrella Entertainment proudly presents this iconic kid-classic on blu-ray with an extensive dossier of never before seen (or heard) extras.

EXCLUSIVE! 3D limited O-ring
EXCLUSIVE! 16 page booklet with exclusive essay from Director Richard Franklin
NEW! Kiddie Hitchcock – interview featurette with writer Tom Holland
NEW! brief introduction by Tom Holland
NEW! Archival TV interviews
NEW! Archival making-of featurette
NEW! Behind-the-scenes footage accompanied by an audio interview with editor Andrew London
NEW! Select storyboard sequences
NEW! Stills and Poster gallery accompanied by an audio interview excerpt.
Audio commentary with writer Tom Holland moderated by Joe Lynch
2001 interview with director Richard Franklin conducted by filmmaker Mark Hartley
Then and Now location featurette
1983 Atari game spot
1984 Audio interview with Richard Franklin
TV spots
Theatrical trailer

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