Alec Guinness stars in director Ronald Neame's The Horse's Mouth. Criterion has done a respectable job at making sure this 1.66:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer is mostly clear and crisp. While there is some appearance of wear and tear in the image (including some grain and soft colors), overall, the black levels appear solid while the colors are well-saturated. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 1.0 Mono in English and is very mediocre. As with most 1.0 sound mixes, this one tends to be somewhat muffled at times. However, the bulk of this soundtrack is free and clear of most excessive hiss and distortion. Also included on this disc are English subtitles. The extra features on this disc are small but substantial -- included on The Horse's Mouth is a fascinating 19 minute interview with the director, a documentary short by D.A. Pennebaker titled Daybreak Express, which ran before The Horse's Mouth during its theatrical run in New York, a video interview with Pennebaker which runs before his short film, and a theatrical trailer for the film.