Disc One of this new Ultimate Edition offers an optional eight-second Jennifer Grey introduction, two audio commentary tracks (one with writer/co-producer Eleanor Bergstein and the other with choreographer Kenny Ortega, actress/choreographer Miranda Garrison, cinematographer Jeff Jur, costume designer Hilary Rosenfeld, and production designer David Chapman) and a trivia track for all of you Dirty Dancing junkies. Disc Two adds interviews with Jennifer Grey, Kenny Ortega, Eleanor Bergstein, and Miranda Garrison; a three-minute Jennifer Grey screen test (and she got the job); a 13-minute tribute to director Emile Ardolino; an 87-minute production of "Dirty Dancing Live In Concert"; music videos for
While vacationing in the Catskills in the summer of 1963, 17-year old Baby Houseman (Grey) falls for hotshot hotel dance instructor, Johnny Castle (Swayze), who is as experienced in life as she is naive. She gets him to teach her to dance his style. The experience is a coming-of-age time for Baby, and a rebellious time for Johnny, but the more they practice dancing, the closer the two become. (Suzanne Hodges)
In an age when double and triple-dipping is common, Artisan has joined the ranks with their third release of "Dirty Dancing." What they
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