Warner Home Video will release all three “That’s Entertainment!” films on DVD for the first time in a four-disc “Complete Collection” on Oct. 12.
There will be more than five hours of bonus features accompanying the set of docus, which celebrate the golden age of musicals and the fabled years at MGM from 1929-58 with film highlights and interviews.
Discs offer fully remastered versions of the pics, with audio converted to Dolby Digital 5.1.
The first movie was released in 1974 as part of the celebration of MGM’s 50th anniversary. A second movie was produced in 1976, followed in 1994 by “That’s Entertainment! III,” a limited theatrical and primarily laserdisc and videocassette release.
The fourth disc of bonus features, called “That’s Entertainment: Treasures From the Vault,” includes a new half-hour docu called “The Masters of the Musical” with Ann Miller, Jane Powell, Angela Lansbury; several never-before-seen deleted musical numbers; and footage from the original premiere of “That’s Entertainment!” in Beverly Hills with Daily Variety‘s Army Archerd as master of ceremonies.