Part of the American Film Theatre series, The Man in the Glass Booth comes to DVD from Kino International. Originally written by Robert Shaw, this play has been adapted to film by director Arthur Hiller in 1975. Presented with a widescreen transfer enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions. Special features start off with "Robert Shaw and The Man in the Glass Booth," an essay by Michael Feingold, Chief Theater Critic at the Village Voice. Also includes the theatrical trailer, stills gallery, and interviews with both director Hiller and Edie Landau, executive of the American Film Theatre. Most of the other special features are vintage AFT promotional materials, like a cinebill, trailer gallery, scrapbook, filmography, and a promotional reel from 1974 entitled "Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera. "