But the wait is finally drawing to a close: Universal has announced that a two-disc edition of the movie will be released on August 26. No news yet on extra features, but I don't care as long as the transfer is good. After all, it's not as though they can include audio commentary from writer/director Billy Wilder, co-screenwriter Raymond Chandler, or novelist James M. Cain. Sadly, none of the principals involved with the film are still alive. I suppose someone could interview Lawrence Kasdan, who reworked the story in 1981 as Body Heat, but I don't find the prospect appealing.
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