Untitled – The Bootleg Cut Blu-ray


Release Date:

  • January 30, 2011 (Best Buy)
  • October 3, 2011 (Nationwide)

BD Disc Size: 50 GB Disc
Region Code:
Region Free
Video Codec:
Video Resolution: 1080p
Aspect Ratio:
Subtitles: English, English SDH, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Chinese, Indonesian, Arabic, Dutch

  •  5.1 (English, French, Portuguese)
  •  5.1 (Spanish)

Extra Features:

  • Cameron Crowe Audio Introduction
  • Audio Commentary with Cameron Crowe, Andy Fischer, Scott Martin, Ivan Carona,Mark Atkinson and Alice Crowe
  • The Making of Almost Famous (24:50) (SD)
  • Interview with Lester Bangs (1:55) (SD)
  • Cameron Crowe’s Top Albums of 1973 (3:52) (HD)
  • “Fever Dog” Music Video (4:42) (HD)
  • “Love Comes and Goes” Audio Demo (3:53)
  • Rolling Stone Articles (HD)
    • The Alman Brothers — December 6, 1973
    • Led Zeppelin — March 13, 1975
    • Neil Young — August 14, 1975
    • Peter Frampton — February 10, 1977
    • Fleetwood Mac — March 24, 1977
    • Van Morrison — May 19, 1977
    • Joni Mitchell — July 26, 1979
  • B-Sides (5:21) (SD)
  • Cleveland Concert (15:45) (SD)
  • “Small Time Blues” (2:55) (SD)
  • “Stairway to Heaven” Deleted Scene (12:13) (SD)
  • Almost Famous Script (HD)
  • Theatrical Trailer (2:33) (HD)


  • Easter Eggs:
    • #1 – From the “Special Features” menu,  highlight the microphone that marks Crowe’s audio introduction to “Love Comes and Goes,” and press left to uncover a blue vinyl record icon. Press enter to access the 5-minute “Leslie” scene that doesn’t appear in either cut of the film. Crowe reveals in his 1-minute intro for the scene that it was an homage to Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses.
    • #2 – From the “Special Features” menu, highlight “Stairway” and press right to uncover a yellow vinyl record icon. Press enter to access the very first take of the first shot of Philip Seymour Hoffman playing Lester Bangs, preceded by a 1-½ minute introduction in which Crowe explains why this particular take is so special, yet so haunting,
    • #3 – From the “Special Features” menu, highlight “Script” and press right to uncover a red vinyl record icon. Press enter for 9 minutes of multiple takes of a scene between Penny Lane and William on the tour bus, with a 1-minute intro in which Crowe explains how much of a perfectionist he can be during filming.
  • The Bootleg Cut was also released in the UK and Japan, but with most of the extras missing. Here’s the cover art:

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