Michael Moore's controversial documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11," about President Bush and the events surrounding Sept. 11, 2001, is coming to DVD on Oct. 5 from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment.

Michael Moore's controversial documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11," about President Bush and the events surrounding Sept. 11, 2001, is coming to DVD on Oct. 5 from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment.

The $28.95 disc features a number of extras. Highlights include three deleted scenes, National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice's 9/11 Commission testimony and footage of President Bush's press briefing after his appearance before the 9/11 Commission. Also included are the featurettes "Arab-American Comedians: Their Acts and Experiences After 9/11" and "The People of Iraq on the Eve of Invasion," plus an extended interview with marine sergeant Abul Henderson (who traveled with Moore during filming) and footage of Lila Lipscomb (featured in the film as a grieving mother) at the documentary's premiere in Washington, D.C.

"Fahrenheit 9/11" has grossed more than $115 million at the U.S. box office, according to Columbia TriStar, making it the top-earning documentary of all time. It was also the first non-fiction film ever to open at No. 1 in the box office.

The title is being released about a month before Election Day, Nov. 2, amid a crowded fourth-quarter DVD release schedule. Other major DVD debuts in Q4 include "The Passion of the Christ" (Aug. 31, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment), "Star Wars Trilogy" (Sept. 21, Fox), "Shrek 2" (Nov. 5, DreamWorks Home Entertainment) "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" (Nov. 23, Warner Home Video) and the first three seasons of "Seinfeld" (Nov. 23, Columbia TriStar).