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Footloose Steelbook Unboxing

One of the quintessential films of the 1980s, the endearingly cheesy Footloose has a ridiculous premise – a town that bans dancing – but it’s hard not to get swept up in its charm thanks to the all-killer-no-filler soundtrack and comforting, nostalgic charm. Paramount’s gorgeous new 4K UHD is a treat, available in a stunning Limited Edition Steelbook. Fans will be delighted.

Jumping with the spirit of freedom, dazzling dance numbers, and an electrifying ’80s musical soundtrack, FOOTLOOSE comes to 4K ULTRA HD™ for its 40th Anniversary in this limited edition collectible SteelBook®. It’s the timeless struggle between innocent pleasure and rigid morality for city boy Ren McCormack (Kevin Bacon), newly moved to an uptight small town where dancing has been banned. Ren quickly makes a new best friend in Willard (Chris Penn) and falls fast for the minister’s daughter (Lori Singer), but his love for music and dancing gets him into hot water equally as fast. Featuring a treasury of hit songs from Kenny Loggins, Shalamar, Deniece Williams, Bonnie Tyler, Quiet Riot, John Mellencamp, Foreigner, and more!

FOOTLOOSE is available now on 4K Ultra HD Steelbook from Paramount Home Entertainment

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