|Truth or Dare (In Bed with Madonna)|
|Video by Madonna|
October 7, 1991
October 9, 1991
December 12, 1991
August 26, 1997
January 6, 2003
April 3, 2012
LIVE Home Video
MCA Home Video
The music video release of the documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare was released by LIVE Entertainment in North America on October 9, 1991. Outside of North America it was released as In Bed with Madonna. In the UK an additional VHS "15" certificate, edited version was released in November 1991, to allow younger teenagers to watch it. The packaging was slightly changed to a 'blue' format otherwise identical to the original. In 1992 it was re-released on VHS in the US with two additional live videos of "Like a Prayer" and "Hanky Panky", which played after the end credits. The DVD version was released on August 26, 1997 by LIVE Entertainment in North America but did not get a worldwide DVD release until January 6, 2003 by MGM Entertainment.
In March 2009, a new HD master of the film premiered on Palladia HD (MTV's new name). It included the new Miramax logo at the beginning of the film and a Warner Bros. Television logo at its closing. The Blu-ray version of the film was released by Lionsgate in North America on April 3, 2012.
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