Paramount releasing the 40th Anniversary Edition of 'Up in Smoke' on Blu-ray Combo Pack & DVD on April 10

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Paramount Home Entertainment recently announced that they will be releasing the 40th Anniversary Edition of "Up in Smoke" on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on April 10, 2018. A special Deluxe Collector's Edition, pairing the Blu-Ray with the original soundtrack on CD And Vinyl LP will be released on 4/20 by Rhino. 

"Up in Smoke" was comedy duo Cheech and Chong's feature film debut. It was released in 1978. The director of "Up in Smoke" was Lou Adler.

The Blu-ray Combo Pack features a brand new short-form documentary entitled "How Pedro Met the Man: Up in Smoke at 40," which chronicles the duo's comedy history, as well as the origins and impact of the film itself. Also included in the Combo Pack is bonus material that includes deleted scenes, a music video, commentary, and more.

Rhino's "Up in Smoke" Deluxe Collector’s Edition is presented in a 12x12 package, limited to 5,000 copies. The set pairs the Blu-ray with the original soundtrack on CD and VINYL LP, as well as a 7-inch picture disc, oversized “Up in Smoke” rolling papers, a film poster, and booklet with new essays by both Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong, along with rare and unseen photos.

In addition to the new version of “Up In Smoke,” the CD also features another previously unreleased version of the song from 1978 with an additional Spanish verse by Cheech.