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Breakout (Powerhouse Films Blu-ray)

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Charles Bronson achieved superstar status in the 1970s with box-office successes such as The Mechanic, Mr. Majestyk, and Death Wish; and 1975’s Breakout was one of Bronson’s biggest hits.

Inspired by real events, this tense adventure thriller casts Bronson as a tough mercenary pilot hired to fly into Mexico on a rescue mission – only to discover the real plan is to break a wealthy convict from a notorious prison.

Co-starring his real-life wife Jill Ireland, along with Randy Quaid, John Huston and the ever-exceptional Robert Duvall, Breakout is a thrilling action-ride, all set to a terrific Jerry Goldsmith score.

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  • Director: Tom Gries
  • Starring: Charles Bronson, Robert Duvall, Jill Ireland
  • Country: USA
  • Production Year: 1975
  • Discs: 1 Blu-ray Disc
  • Region: FREE
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Formats: Color; 2.35:1
  • Audio: English
  • Subtitle: English
  • AKA: Ten-Second Jailbreak
  • Studio: Powerhouse Films (UK)


  • High Definition remaster
  • Original mono audio/li>
  • Audio commentary with film historian Paul Talbot, author of Bronson’s Loose! The Making of the ‘Death Wish’ Films and Bronson’s Loose Again! On the Set with Charles Bronson/li>
  • Filming ‘Breakout’ (1974): an on-location report made for French television, featuring interviews with Charles Bronson and Emilio Fernández/li>
  • Super 8 version/li>
  • Theatrical trailer/li>
  • TV spots/li>
  • Radio spot/li>
  • Image gallery: on-set and promotional photography/li>
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing/li>
  • Limited edition exclusive booklet with a new essay by Paul Talbot, an overview of contemporary critical responses, historic articles, and film credits/li>


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