Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke: 40th Anniversary Deluxe Collector's Edition
- Street Date:
- April 20th, 2018
- Movie Release Year:
- MPAA Rating:
- Paramount Pictures
- 86 Minutes
- Release Country
- United States
Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Strother Martin, Edie Adams, Stacy Keach, Tom Skerritt
Cheech & Chong: Up In Smoke features the drug-addled duo on a road trip throughout California; that is to say, a road-trip they hope will culminate in finding some quality weed. Instead, a series of mishaps result in their respective deportations to Mexico. Desperate to get back to the states so they can perform in their band's gig later that night, Cheech and Chong unwittingly agree to drive a very unique car across the border -- rather than steel and various metal bits, the vehicle is constructed entirely out of marijuana.
- Blu-ray + DVD + Digital + CD + Vinyl LP
- 12×12 six-panel gatefold package limited to 5,000 copies.
- English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
- French Dolby Digital Mono
- Spanish Dolby Digital Mono
- Portuguese Dolby Digital Mono
- English SDH, French, Spanish, Portuguese
- NEW How Pedro Met the Man: Up In Smoke at 40
- Audio Commentary by Cheech Marin and director Lou Adler
- Roach Clips with Optional Commentary (deleted scenes)
- Lighting It Up: A Look Back at Up In Smoke
- "Earache My Eye" featuring Alice Bowie: Animated Music Video
- Cheech & Chong's "The Man Song"
- Vintage Radio Spots
- Theatrical Trailer
- Original soundtrack album featuring classic Cheech & Chong songs like "Up In Smoke" and "Earache My Eye," other music from the film, and audio clips from the film
- Previously unreleased version of the song "Up In Smoke" with an additional Spanish verse by Cheech
- "2018 version" of "Up In Smoke"
- Original soundtrack album on vinyl. Back in print for the first time since its initial release in 1978
- 7-inch picture disc of "Earache My Eye" b/w "Lost Due To Incompetence (Theme From A Big Green Van)" with an image of Cheech from the film on the A-side and the classic "YESCA" license plate image on the B-side
- Oversized "Up In Smoke" usable rolling papers
- 11×17 film poster with original, tagline "Don't Go Straight To See This Movie"
- Booklet with new essays by both Cheech Marin & Tommy Chong along with rare and unseen photos