Blu-ray
5 Discs | BD-50
1.66:1 ratio
1.66:1 ratio
1.78:1 ratio
1.78:1 ratio
1.85:1 ratio
1.85:1 ratio
English 1.0 PCM Mono
English 3.0 DTS-HD MA Stereo
English 1.0 Dolby Digital Mono
English 1.0 PCM Mono
English 5.1 DTS-HD MA Surround
Subtitles: English
Regions A
 
 Introduction by director Melvin Van Peebles from 2004   Introduction by director Melvin Van Peebles from 1997   Introduction from by director Melvin Van Peebles from 1997   Audio commentary from 1997 by director Melvin Van Peebles   Baadasssss!, a 2003 fictional feature film based on director Melvin Van Peebles’s diaries from the making of Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song, directed by and starring his son Mario Van Peebles   Audio commentary from 2003 featuring director and star Mario Van Peebles with his father Melvin Van Peebles for Baadasssss!   The Story Behind "Baadasssss!": The Birth of Black Cinema, a 2004 featurette on the making of Baadasssss!   Introduction by director Melvin Van Peebles from 1997   A 64-page book featuring writing on the films, including an introduction by film scholar Racquel Gates   Melvin Van Peebles: The Real Deal, a 2002 interview with the director on the making of Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song   Trailer   Trailer   New conversation between producer and Black Filmmaker Foundation founder Warrington Hudlin and filmmaker and music historian Nelson George   Interview from 1968 with Melvin Van Peebles from the television program Black Journal   Episode of the French television program Pour le plaisir from 1968, featuring on-set interviews with Mario Van Peebles and actors Harry Baird and Nicole Berger   Three short films by Van Peebles: Sunlight (1957), Three Pickup Men for Herrick (1957), and Les cinq cent balles (1961)   How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It), a feature-length 2005 documentary by Joe Angio on Van Peebles' life and career   New conversation between Melvin Van Peebles and film critic Elvis Mitchell   Interview from 1971 with Melvin Van Peebles on Detroit Tubeworks   Episode of Black Journal from 1971 featuring Melvin Van Peebles and critics Clayton Riley, Francis Ward, and A. Peter Bailey   New conversation between scholars Gerald R. Butters Jr., Novotony Lawrence, and Amy Abugo Ongiri   Excerpts from a 2004 interview with Melvin Van Peebles for the Directors Guild of America Visual History Program   Episode of Black Journal from 1972 featuring an interview with Melvin Van Peebles and musical performances by the film's cast