|Identifying Codes|| |
|Colour||Black & White|
|Audio||Dolby Digital Mono|
|Run Time||Disc 1: 99 Minutes; Disc 2: 153 Minutes|
Restored 2K digital transfer.
Audio commentary from 2013 featuring film historian David Kalat.
Pinkus's Shoe Palace, a 1916 German silent short directed by and starring Ernst Lubitsch, with a piano score by Donald Sosin.
Lubitsch le patron, a 2010 French documentary on the director's career.
Two episodes of The Screen Guild Theater, a radio anthology series: Variety (1940), starring Jack Benny, Claudette Colbert, and Lubitsch, and To Be or Not to Be (1942), an adaptation of the film, starring William Powell, Diana Lewis, and Sig Ruman.
Plus: An essay by critic Geoffrey O'Brien.
Both films on Disc Two are in stereo and Lubitsch Le Patron is in color and widescreen.
The Screen Guild Theater episodes are radio plays and audio only.
Both DVDs have a timestamp from 2013.
|To Be Or Not To Be||01:39:08|
|2||Adolf in Warsaw|
|3||The Young Aviator|
|4||The Polish Tragedy|
|7||"A Very Determined Man"|
|8||"Playing For Our Lives"|
|10||The Hotfoot Department|
|12||"To Be Or Not To Be"|
|Lubitsch Le Patron||00:53:10|
|1||Tailor And Master|
|4||Costumes And Shakespeare|
|Pinkus's Shoe Palace||00:44:53|
|The Screen Guild Theater: Variety (1940)||00:29:31|
|The Screen Guild Theater: To Be Or Not To Be (1942)||00:25:41|