Strange and terrible is the story of Zaroff, fascinating fiend, who hunted men like animals for the sporting thrill.
Selected disc options for The Most Dangerous Game
|Extras||Flicker Alley BD-ALL/US 2012||Eureka BD-B/UK 2022||Wicked-Vision BD-ALL/DE 2019||Legend DVD-1/US/OOP 2008||Criterion DVD-0/US 1999|
|Audio Commentary by Bruce Eder||has extra|
|Audio Commentary by Dr. Rolf Giesen||has extra|
|Audio Commentary by Dr. Rolf Giesen and Dr. Gerd Naumann||has extra|
|Audio Commentary by Rick Jewell||has extra|
|Audio Commentary by Stephen Jones and Kim Newman||has extra|
|Introductions by Dr. Rolf Giesen (4:11, 5:57)||has extra|
|“The Most Dangerous Game”: The Remakes (5:35)||has extra|
|Composer John Morgan on Max Steiner (7:14)||has extra|
|James V. D’Arc: Curator Merian C. Cooper Papers, BYU (4:29)||has extra|
|Ray Harryhausen on the Importance of a Movie Score (2:30)||has extra|
|Interview with Kim Newman||has extra|
|Interview with Stephen Thrower||has extra|
|Audio Interview Excerpts with Associate Producer Merian C. Cooper - Conducted by Film Historian Kevin Brownlow (8:03)||has extra|
|Stills Gallery (4:04)||has extra|
|German Theatrical Trailer (0:57)||has extra|
|Colourized Version (63:49)||has extra|
- Flicker Alley’s Blu-ray includes a booklet with notes by Merian C. Cooper and an essay by Eric Schaefer. It also includes Gow, The Headhunter (1931).
- Eureka’s Blu-ray includes a booklet with writing by Craig Ian Mann.
- Wicked-Vision’s Blu-ray includes a 52-page booklet with writing by Clemens G. Williges (in German and English).
- Legend’s DVD is also available with “The Ray Harryhausen Double Feature” Blu-ray of She (1935) and Things to Come (1936).
- Criterion’s DVD includes a 6-page booklet. It is also available in the “Great Adaptations” box set.