Rutger Hauer’s 80’s Crime Action Movie, Wanted Dead Or Alive Comes To Blu-ray June 2023

Signal One Entertainment are due to release the 80’s Rutger Hauer’s crime action film, Wanted Dead Or Alive on Blu-ray this June in the UK.

Wanted: Dead Or Alive (1986) is a film from director Gary Sherman and stars Rutger Hauer, Gene Simmons and Robert Guillaume.

I’ve added the film original trailer at the bottom of the page.

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE BLU-RAY

Wanted Dead Or Alive Blu-ray

Signal One don’t mention the aspect ratio / audio information or if the film has been restored so we will have to keep our fingers crossed.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: TBC
  • English SDH subtitles
  • Running Time: 106 mins approx
  • Rating: 18

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary by Director Gary Sherman & Executive Producer Arthur M. Sarkissian
  • Interview with Producer Arthur M. Sarkissian
  • Interview with Director Gary Sherman
  • Interview with Mel Harris
  • Theatrical Trailer

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray for £12.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 14.11.23).

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Wanted Dead Or Alive releases on 12th June 2023 in the UK.

Wanted Dead Or Alive Bluray

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If you’re looking to stream the film you can also rent or buy in high definition for £3.49 / £7.99 over on Amazon Prime Video. (Prices correct as of 08.06.23).

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TRAILER

Trailer NOT representative of Signal One Blu-ray

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