Top gun

Tony Scott, 1944-, Harold Faltermeyer

DVD - 2004

Maverick Mitchell is a daring young flyer in the U.S. Navy who is out to become the best of the best at the Navy's prestigious fighter weapons school.

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Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount c2004, c1986.
Special collector's ed., widescreen version
Item Description
Videodisc release of the 1986 motion picture.
Special features: disc 1. Commentary by Jerry Bruckheimer, Tony Scott and naval experts ; vintage gallery: 4 music videos: Kenny Loggins "Danger zone" ; Berlin "Take my breath away" ; Loverboy "Heaven in your eyes" ; Harold Faltermeyer and Steve Stevens "Top gun anthem" ; tv spots -- disc 2. Danger zone: the making of Top gun (six-part documentary) ; multi-angle storyboards with optional commentary by Tony Scott ; vintage gallery: behind the scenes featurette ; survival training featurette ; Tom Cruise interviews ; production photography.
Physical Description
2 videodiscs (DVD)(109 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
MPAA rated PG.
Production Credits
Director of photography, Jeffrey Kimball ; editors, Billy Weber, Chris Lebenzon ; music score, Harold Faltermeyer.
Other Authors
Tony Scott, 1944- (-), Harold Faltermeyer
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Tom Cruise stars in the film that established him as one of Hollywood's leading men for exhilarating, action-based movies. This two-disc DVD is loaded with over three hours of exclusive bonus features including: Brand-new commentary by Jerry Bruckheimer, Tony Scott and Navy experts, six-part Documentary on the making of Top Gun and more.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

A daredevil Navy pilot striving to be the best at a Top Gun flight school doubts his abilities when his best friend is killed in training.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Hot-shot navy pilot Pete Mitchell is sent to Miramar Naval Air Station for advanced training. Here he vies with other top navy pilots for the coveted "Top Gun" award. When not flying his plane in dogfight training sessions or playing beach volleyball with his fellow pilots, Mitchell carries on a romance with civilian consultant Charlotte Blackwood. Through a series of unfortunate events, Mitchell's confidence is shaken and he is worried that he may have lost his nerve. But, a tense international crisis gives Mitchell a chance to redeem himself and prove that he is indeed worthy of being the "Top Gun."