13stream is thrilled to present a deleted scene from the Thanksgiving comedy Planes, Trains, & Automobiles, directed by John Hughes and starring Steve Martin and John Candy.
This scene is a part of the cherished movie’s 35th anniversary 4K UHD release, which also includes new special features such as deleted scenes, a new documentary about the making of the movie, a feature about John Hughes, and a tribute to John Candy. In addition, the release celebrates the film’s 35th anniversary.
The movie’s plot is described as a “hilarious tale of travel gone wrong,” and the cast includes Steve Martin and John Candy. Neal Page (Martin) is a tense advertising executive who is attempting to make it back to Chicago in time to spend Thanksgiving with his family.
Neal reluctantly forms a business partnership with Del Griffith (Candy), a pushy yet endearing salesman, when he is forced to relocate to Wichita.
Together, they set out on a journey that will take them throughout the country, and it will be full of wildly humorous circumstances and a big amount of warmth.
Take a look at the exclusive scene that was cut from Planes, Trains, & Automobiles down below:
Planes, Trains & Automobiles Trailer
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles were made available in 1987. John Hughes helmed the production, and Steve Martin and John Candy starred in the film, respectively. This updated version of the movie will be available digitally on November 15, and on November 22, it will be released in 4K Ultra HD.