Lust In The Dust (std Bluray+DVD combo)

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Lust In The Dust (std Bluray+DVD combo) £19.75

Showgirl Rosie Valez (Divine; Pink Flamingos, Polyester) is making her way through the New Mexico desert to the small pioneer town of Chile Verde. But when she falls off her ass, accidentally spilling her gin in the process, Rosie is left stranded in the desert with nothing to drink. Left to fend for herself, she soon meets desperado Able Wood (Tab Hunter; Damn Yankees), and the two of them head west for Chile Verde. Upon arriving, Rosie discovers that she and Marguerita Ventura (Lainie Kazan; My Big Fat Greek Wedding), the town Madam, each have a unique tattoo on their posteriors, which they discover might be a treasure map leading to the region's mythic gold cache...

A broad parody of westerns directed by acclaimed cult filmmaker Paul Bartel (Eating Raoul, Death Race 2000) and produced by its leading man, Tab Hunter, LUST IN THE DUST co-stars Geoffrey Lewis (I, The Jury), Henry Silva (The Manchurian Candidate), Cesar Romero (Ocean's 11), and Woody Strode (Spartacus). Vinegar Syndrome is proud to present the world Blu-ray debut of this 80s cult favorite, newly restored in 4k from its long lost original 35mm camera negative!

Directed by: Paul Bartel
Starring: Divine, Tab Hunter, Lainie Kazan, Geoffrey Lewis, Cesar Romero, Henry Silva
1984 / 84 min / 2.35:1 & 1.85:1

• Region Free Blu-ray/DVD combo
• Newly scanned & restored in 4k from it’s 35mm original negative
• “Return to Chile Verde” - the making of Lust in the Dust with Tab Hunter and Allan Glaser
• “The Importance of Being Paul” - an archival featurette on the films of Paul Bartel
• “More Lust, Less Dust” - an archival making-of featurette
• Presented in two different aspect ratios: 1.85:1 and 2:35.1
• Original theatrical trailer
• Archival article gallery
• Reversible cover artwork
• English SDH subtitles

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