Watch Steve Martin in new ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ deleted scenes

Watch Steve Martin in new ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ deleted scenes

Steve Martin And John Candy Starred in 1987’s Deleted Scenes Planes, trains and automobiles.

The scene is being released for the first time on a new digital and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release from the writer-director. John Hughes‘ Thanksgiving-themed comedy, which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year. In the clip, Neil (Martin) and Dale (Candy) share a meal on a flight with a third passenger in their row.

As they pass around a salad, the third passenger indicates that she wants to eat the brownies that come with the meal.

When Neal insists that he wants a brownie, Dale and another passenger agree to let him eat the dessert, until a woman in the row in front of him sweeps her long hair over the seat and over Brownie and two other men. Share instead.

Its new release Planes, trains and automobiles Includes a newly remastered 4K Ultra HD release of the movie from Paramount Home Entertainment and a bonus “Lost Baggage” Blu-ray disc.


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This extra disc contains more than an hour of previously unreleased deleted and extended scenes from the holiday classic that were recently discovered in the late Hughes’ archives, according to a press release. Hughes died in August 2009 at the age of 59.

In addition to the newly-discovered footage, the bonus disc also includes footage from actor Dylan Baker’s original audition for the role of Wayne in the movie.

Planes, trains and automobiles After Neil’s flight back home to Wichita, Kansas, “Optiat Ad Exec” follows Neil as he tries to get home to Chicago for Thanksgiving with his family and teams up with “obnoxious yet lovable salesman” Dale.

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Neal and Dale go on a “hilarious cross-country adventure” that has become a Thanksgiving tradition for many families, reads an official synopsis.

In the new release “Getting There Is Half the Fun: The Story of Planes, trains and automobiles,” a two-part documentary on Hughes’ life called “Life Moves Pretty Fast” and a featurette called “John Hughes for Adults.”

The physical copy also includes a digital copy of the movie and a tribute to Candy, who died of a heart attack in May 1994 at the age of 43.

Planes, trains and automobiles Releasing in 4K Ultra HD on November 22

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