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WIN A COPY OF THE UNTOUCHABLES 4K UHD™ + BLU-RAY™ SPECIAL 
 COLLECTOR’S EDITION STEELBOOK®!

DIRECTOR BRIAN DE PALMA’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED CLASSIC CELEBRATES

ITS  35TH ANNIVERSARY ON 4K ULTRA HD™ FOR THE FIRST TIME

Directed by Brian De Palma and nominated* for four Academy Awards®, the acclaimed drama THE UNTOUCHABLES is available on 4K Ultra HD™ from Paramount Home Entertainment for the first time. To celebrate the release, we’re giving away a copy of The Untouchables 4K UHD™ + Blu-ray™ Special Collector’s Edition SteelBook® to one lucky winner!

Originally released on June 3, 1987, THE UNTOUCHABLES celebrates its 35th anniversary this year and remains a must-see masterpiece featuring visionary filmmaking and exceptional performances from an outstanding cast.  Robert De Niro as mob warlord Al Capone and Kevin Costner as law enforcer Eliot Ness are unforgettable in a glorious, fierce, larger-than-life depiction of good versus evil on the streets of Prohibition-era Chicago.  

Sean Connery won his only Oscar® for his portrayal of veteran officer Jimmy Malone in the blockbuster hit that was the fourth highest grossing film of 1987.  Written by David Mamet, THE UNTOUCHABLES also boasts a Grammy Award-winning score by the legendary Ennio Morricone and an excellent supporting cast including Patricia Clarkson, Andy Garcia, and Charles Martin Smith. 

THE UNTOUCHABLES is also available as a 4K Ultra HD™ 35th Anniversary SteelBook®. Both releases have a Dolby Atmos® soundtrack** and include over an hour of legacy bonus content in high definition as detailed below:

  • The Script, The Cast
  • Production Stories
  • Re-Inventing the Genre
  • The Classic
  • Original Featurette: “The Men”
  • Theatrical Trailer

The Untouchables 4K UHD™ + Blu-ray™ Special Collector’s Edition SteelBook® is available now

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