Get ready for some wonderful war action in 1080p this June. Five classic war films - Bridge Too Far, Patton, Battle of Britain, Sand Pebbles and Longest Day - will all be released on Blu-Ray on June 3. Each of these films will be priced at $39.98 SRP.

Battle of Britain: Presented in widescreen with English 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio, English Dolby Surround 4.0 and French and Spanish Dolby Surround Sound as well as English, French and Spanish subtitles.

Bridge Too Far: Presented in widescreen with English 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio and Spanish and French Dolby Digitial as well as English, French and Spanish subtitles.

Longest Day: Presented in widescreen on a dual layer disc with English 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio, English Dolby Surround 4.0 and French and Spanish Mono in addition to English, Spanish, Cantonese, Korean and Mandarin subtitles. Bonus features include:

- Historical commentary with Mary Corey

- Film commentary with Ken Annakin

- A Day to Remember featurette

- Longest Day: A Salute to Coura

- Backstory - The Longest Day featurette

- D-Day Revisited featurette

- Still gallery

- Original trailer

Patton:

Presented in widescreen with English 5.1 DTS HD Lossless Audio, English Dolby Surround 4.0 as well as French and Spanish Mono and includes English, French, Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin subtitles. Bonus features include:

- Introduction and commentary by writer Francis Ford Coppola

- History Through the Lens: "Patton: A Rebel Revisited" featurette

- Patton Ghost Corps featurette

- The Making of Patton documentary

- Production still gallery accompanied by Jerry Goldsmith's original score

- Behind-the-scenes gallery accompanied by audio essay on the historical Patton

- Original trailer

Sand Pebbles:

Dolby Surround 4.0 along with French and Spanish Mono, plus English, French, Spanish, Cantonese and Korean subtitles. Bonus features include:

- Commentary by Robert Wise, Candace Bergman, Mako and Richard Crenna

- Isolated score track with commentary by music producer Nick Redman,

historian Jon Burnlingame and screen writer & film historian Lem Dobbs

- Trivia track

- 13 deleted "Road Show" scenes

- Original trailer

- The Making of Sand Pebbles featurette

- Steve McQueen Remembered featurette

- Bob Wise In Command featurette

- China 1926 featurette

- A Ship Ccalled San Pablo (narrated by Richard Attenborough) featurette

- Radio Documentaries (narrated by Richard Attenborough)

- Changsa Bund and the Streets of Taipei

- A Ship Called San Pablo

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