This classic tale of love and resurrection gets a very nice unraveling by Universal Studios. The print is presented full screen (standard) with an aspect ratio 1.33:1. The audio is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 (mono). The only language track offered is English and there is captioning for the hearing impaired in English. French subtitles are available. The print itself has a few minor fluctuations and some missing frames, but overall it is visually exhilarating. Bonus materials include a half-hour documentary entitled "Mummy Dearest" hosted by film historian Rudy Behlmer, which nicely covers the history of the film, its sequels, and the mysterious private life of film star Zita Johann. There is a ten-minute slide show set to music featuring posters and stills from the movie. Also included is a "Production Notes" section as well as a "Cast and Filmmakers" section with biographies and film credits for the main stars and director Karl Freund. The only disappointment is the commentary track by film historian Paul M. Jenson. Not only is it poorly recorded but his comments are not very insightful and tend to just describe the onscreen action. Still, this is a worthy addition to the Universal Studios Classic Monster Collection.