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It's flashback time with the Breakin' DVD Collection from MGM, which contains both Breakin' flicks as well as Beat Street and an exclusive extra disc filled with bonus features. Both Breakin' and Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo come with full-screen transfers, while Beat Street has been graced with both an anamorphic 1.85:1 widescreen picture along with a full-screen transfer as well. All three movies come complete with Dolby Digital sound and their theatrical trailers, which in some cases contain cut footage from the flicks that is not available anywhere else. The extras disc includes two 20-minute featurettes on the culture and the elements of hip-hop. With interviews from veteran B-boys and footage from modern-day breakdancing competitions, the clips go a long way to express what the culture means and how it has been misrepresented throughout the years. Also on the disc is a music video featuring the top B-boys around, as well as a "Shout-Out" section, photo gallery, and a replay of the Rock Steady Crew vs. New York City Breakers dance face-off taken from Beat Street. With an affordable price tag, this set goes a long way to present these classic '80s gems, and with eye-popping product design, the set should do well with off-the-shelf sales.
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The legendary Rock Steady Crew vs. New York City Breakers battle at the Roxy