Special features include commentary by Actors Dustin Hoffman and Katharine Ross, commentary by Director Mike Nichols joined by Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, the 26-minute featurette Students Of The Graduate, the nine-minute featurette The Seduction, a 23-minute One-on-One interview with Hoffman, the 23-minute The Graduate At 25 featurette, the original theatrical trailer, an Academy Awards trailer, and up-front ads.
Hello Mrs. Robinson. The Graduate, based on the novel by Charles Webb, garnered seven Academy Award
The new anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD is a marked improvement over the previous release, with a much cleaner print, almost completely void of dirt and specks. Detail has been improved slightly, but still has a somewhat soft, dated look. Fleshtones look slightly more rosy and natural, and black levels are still solid. Edge enhancement is negligible. (Danny Richelieu)
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