Full details & date for The Reincarnation of Peter Proud: https://www.facebook.com/KinoLorber...112112679022/1707111936012373/?type=3&theater Coming May 29th! First Time on DVD and Blu-ray! The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975) with optional English subtitles • Brand New HD Master from a 4K Scan of the Original 35mm Negative by Paramount Pictures Archives • Audio Commentary by Film Historian Lee Gambin • Spanish Super 8 Bathtub Scene w/ Spanish Audio • Spanish Super 8 vs US - Side by Side w/ English Audio • TV Spot • 30 Second Radio Spot • 60 Second Radio Spot • Animated Image Gallery – International Posters and Lobby Cards (5:38) • Animated Image Gallery – International Promotional Material (1:55) • Animated Image Gallery – International Home Video Releases (0:48) • Animated Image Gallery – Promotional Stills (0:35) • Original Theatrical Trailer • Original German Trailer All the above extras except for the transfer and commentary are courtesy of Marcus Johnson (1975) Color 105 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R Suppose you knew who you had been in your previous life… where you lived… who you had loved… and how you had died… what then? Michael Sarrazin (They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?), Jennifer O’Neill (Scanners), Margot Kidder (Superman) and Cornelia Sharpe (Busting) star in this highly acclaimed compelling chiller that takes the unthinkable and renders it real. Professor Proud (Sarrazin) is suffering from recurring nightmares of a place he has never seen, a woman he has never met, and a death so brutal and horrifying he must seek an end to the torment. His research leads him to the most unlikely conclusion; he has lived and died before, and now he must find the secrets of that life. His search takes him to a small New England town and puts him face to face with the man he once was, the woman he once loved – and the death he once deserved. The occult comes to life in a tale of one man’s terror: The Reincarnation of Peter Proud. Beautifully shot by Victor J. Kemper (Dog Day Afternoon), with a haunting score by Jerry Goldsmith (The Omen), top-notch direction by the great J. Lee Thompson (Return from the Ashes, The Guns of Navarone) and a screenplay by Max Ehrlich (Z.P.G. - Zero Population Growth), based on his own bestselling novel.