Quite a turn for taciturn master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock, Rich and Strange marks his foray into outright screwball comedy, following the misadventures of a suddenly well-to-do young couple. As with Laserlight's line of special editions, the disc comes with a Tony Curtis introduction, along with the "Bates Motel" trailer for Psycho. The trailer is in good condition and is always a lot of fun to watch as Hitchcock gives the ten-cent tour. Also on the disc is an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents: The Sorcerer's Apprentice. This latter is in somewhat rough condition, the episode having fallen into the public domain, but it is watchable. The main feature displays some nice stylistic touches, though a few seem to stem from Hitchcock's mastery of silent film (the movie uses titles from time to time as well). The transfer seems to be from an extremely good print, though the image is a little on the soft side. The image has good contrast and few blemishes and is quite easy to watch. There are no obvious artifacts. The sound is good Mono, limited by the technical opportunities of the time. The soundtrack on the disc is very good, with almost no hum, very little in the way of pops, crunches, and crackles, and only an occasional bout of distortion occurring when the music peaks. The combination of good video and decent audio makes this an easy disc to watch.