» 2 Discs
» "T-birds" Leather Jacket case
» Unknown amount
» Grease (movie)
» Audio Commentary by Director Randal Kleiser and Choreographer Patricia Birch
» Introduction by Director Randal Kleiser
» Rydel Sing-Along (11 songs)
» (Play movie with sing-along)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 2.35:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» German DD 5.1
» French DD 5.1
» Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, English HoH, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish
» The Time, the Place, the Motion: Remembering Grease (22m 27s)
» 11 Deleted/Extended/Alternate Scenes (with introduction by Randal Kleiser) (09m 55s)
» Grease on DVD Launch Party (15m 14s)
» Grease Memories from John & Olivia (03m 24s)
» The Moves Behind the Music (08m 14s)
» Thunder Roadsters (05m 23s)
» 50's Beauty School 101 (06m 48s)
» "Grease Day" Interview (with John Travolta and Allan Car)
» "Grease Day" Interview (with Olivia Newton-John and Robert Stigwood)
» Theatrical Trailer
» 4 Photo Galleries
» DVD, R2, PAL
» Randal Kleiser
» John Travolta
The so called "Rockin' Rydell Edition" comes with a limited edition miniture leather jacket case that fits nicely over your regular keepcase box. There appears to be some slight packaging differences between different regions of this edition but it's generally the same from what I can tell (for example: the french "jacket" comes with miniture pockets next to the zipper).
So what can be said about this jacket? Well, I must say it really looks superb when it's sitting on the shelf and the design itself is just such a great idea (even though this is not the first "jacket"-edition out there, I just love the trend) but sadly, this particular piece of dvd clothing could have been done slightly better.
First off; You'll notice that the zipper isn't really done right. It runs up the collar on one side and just vanishes under it on the other. This is an odd design and though it's not that important to me, it's just looks a bit weird once you notice it. Secondly, the buttons on the collar really look like "real" buttons that should work accordingly, but they're not (They can't be "un-buttoned" so to speak).
And finally (and this is probably the worst detail) the zipper itself runs from it's upmost position to the bottom but once there, the jacket doesn't zip open in the regular fashion that one would expect. So in other words, the only way to get the keepcase out is by sliding it out the bottom of the jacket (which is open) - and so the partually working zipper is actually pretty pointless apart from the good look it brings to the case.
Still, it looks good and it makes you feel good, so go purchase this little bad boy anyway!
It's allways nice to see a cool update on a relatively old film. And I think they do a pretty good job with this set. Sure, it's not THE ultimate edition one might hope for but it's got all the regular stuff you'd expect and seems pretty all right in my eyes.
There's also a limited edition featuring a pink ladies jacket case. All the disc specs are the same so the choice is yours as to which jacket is the coolest.