As well as a new cover and transfer, the release also contains a second disc with some brand new extras:
- Crook’s Tour, a 1941 feature-length Charters and Caldicott adventure, available for the first time on home video, with Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne reprising their beloved The Lady Vanishes roles
- Excerpts from Francois Truffaut’s legendary 1962 audio interview with Hitchcock
- Mystery Train, a new video essay about Hitchcock and The Lady Vanishes by scholar Leonard Leff.
Charters: If only we hadn’t missed that train at Budapest.
Caldicott: Well, I don’t want to rub it in, but if you hadn’t insisted on standing up until they’d finished their national anthem…
Charters: Yes, but you must show respect, Caldicott. If I’d known it was going to last twenty minutes…
Caldicott: It has always been my contention that the “Hungarian Rhapsody” is not their national anthem.