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  • Rated: PG
  • Genre: Musical, Comedy, Drama
  • Year: 2007
English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish Mono, French Mono


Let the sunshine in with this memorable musical tribute to the far-out spirit of the ’60s — on Blu-ray for the first time!

Fresh off the farm, Claude Bukowski (John Savage) arrives in New York City to join the army, but he’s quickly swept up in the counterculture when a group of hippies introduce him to their psychedelic world…and a beautiful rich girl named Sheila (Beverly D’Angelo). When the group’s leader (Treat Williams) tries to keep Claude out of Vietnam, the consequences are shocking for everyone involved.

Cast & Crew

John Travolta ... Edna Turnblad
Michelle Pfeiffer ... Velma Von Tussle
Christopher Walken ... Wilbur Turnblad
Amanda Bynes ... Penny Pingleton
James Marsden ... Corny Collins
Queen Latifah ... Motormouth Maybelle
Brittany Snow ... Amber Von Tussle


Bob Mondello | October 18, 2008

For a star-studded big-budget musical, Hairspray does a nice job of retaining the funky sweetness of the original.

Joe Baltake Passionate Moviegoer | August 22, 2007

'Hairspray': An unabashed, unapologetic movie musical that nearly jumps off the screen and challenges all of your silly hang-ups about movie musicals

Paul Clinton ( | July 28, 2007

Bright, campy and wonderfully light, Hairspray reminds us that fun comes in all shapes and sizes. It's also one of the few 'event' movies this summer that doesn't outstay its welcome. That's worth singing about, no matter what your name is.

Rick Groen Globe and Mail | July 20, 2007

It's amiable, it's bouncy, it's got a sweet unknown in the lead flanked by a cast of bankable stars and, providing as it does an amiable and bouncy and sweet escape from a summer's worth of clunky blockbusters.

John Moore Denver Post | July 20, 2007

Hairspray is an infectious aerosol comedy with nearly every hair in place.

Lawson Taitte Dallas Morning News | July 20, 2007

Hairspray is one of the most enjoyable translations of a Broadway musical to the big screen ever.

Joanne Kaufman Wall Street Journal | July 20, 2007

The movie is a throwback to MGM musicals of the '50s. But it's a giddy, unselfconscious throwback. That in itself is refreshing.


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