Then professional potheads Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong teamed up for Cheech & Chong: Up In Smoke, which features the drug-addled duo on a road trip throughout California; that is to say, a road-trip they hope will culminate in finding some quality weed. Instead, a series of mishaps result in their respective deportations to Mexico. Desperate to get back to the states so they can perform in their band's gig later that night, Cheech and Chong unwittingly agree to drive a very unique car across the border -- rather than steel and various metal bits, the vehicle is constructed entirely out of marijuana. Back in the States and accompanied by two extraordinarily out-of-it female hitchhikers, the stoned group meanders about in an attempt to get their musical performance together, and narrowly escapes from local law enforcement agencies on numerous occasions despite their complete inability to realize they were being tailed to begin with. The incredibly low-budget movie surprised critics, grossed millions, spawned a series of lesser follow-up films, and cemented Cheech & Chong's cult-status among potheads across the globe.~Tracie Cooper
How Pedro met the man: Up in Smoke at 40 (includes interview with Cheech & Chong)
Commentary by Cheech Marin & director Lou Adler
Roach clips (deleted scenes) with optional commentary
Lighting it up: a look back at Up in Smoke
"Earache My Eye" featuring Alice Bowie: animated music video
Cheech & Chong's "The Man Song"
Vintage radio spots
Stacy KeachSgt. Stedenko
Edie AdamsMrs. Stoner
Strother MartinMr. Stoner
Zane BuzbyJade East
Louisa MoritzOfficer Gloria
June FairchildAjax Sniffer
Val AveryUpholstery Factory Boss
Angelina EstradaAunt Bolita
Ernie FuentesUpholstery Shop Foreman
Jon Ian JacobsProsecuting Attorney
Betty McGuireSister Mary Quacker
Arthur RobertsArresting Officer
Cheryl SmithLaughing Lady
Gary Mule DeerFreak with Basketball
Marcia WolfSister Mary Vogue
Dennis M. HillEditor
Leon EricksenArt Director
Ernest MiskoCostume Designer
Pat MitchellSound/Sound Designer
Mike ModerFirst Assistant Director
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Comedy
Absurd Comedy,Buddy Film,Farce,Stoner Comedy
Up in Smoke
Year of Release
40th Anniversary, DVD
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Cheech and Chong: Up in Smoke [40th Anniversary] [DVD] 
Movie itself is worth buying.
Beautiful artwork slip cover.
Clean HD picture & even better on an OLED via 4k 60HZ upscale!
New 5.1 still sounds flat & a bit distorted at times like the 70s original soundtrack. Could use a whole new remaster process.
Cheech and Chong Up in Smoke (40th Anniversary) in
Owned for 1 year when reviewed.
When this movie came out 40 years ago I was just an 18 year old and of course found this movie hilarious while I smoked some weed along with them while watching this movie. Today with weed legal (at least medically) it still hilarious so I figured to watch it without weed and it still was hilarious but now I remember more of the movie. Lol. Either way this movie is an all time hilarious movie. Just wish it was done in 3D Blu-ray. Enjoy, make some popcorn cause you just might get the munchies. Lol.