This is one of my most favourite films. I own this film on VHS but haven't been able to find it on DVD, (unless it was an import that cost almost $100) so I was super excited to see that it was available on Amazon, for a very modest price. Of course I clicked "Add to Cart." Duh. It was a no-brainer.
I am reviewing the DVD, not the film itself, because ones taste in films is subjective.
The DVD comes in standard packaging, and the cover, also standard, is good quality. There is no insert, which I would have liked to have seen, but it isn't necessary. The film has been remastered and is also good quality, not like a bootleg that someone has ripped and burned in their mother's basement. Sound quality is great as well.
In addition to the feature film, this DVD also comes with bonus material, such as the original theatrical trailer, and two mini-documentary segments on 100 Years of Universal: The Carl Laemmle Era, and The Lew Wasserman Era. That was a nice surprise.
I give it five stars. As for the film, "Charade," well that's five stars also. If you are a fan of classic films and haven't ever seen this one, I highly recommend it.