This documentary on the life and career of troubled country music icon Hank Williams -- produced in collaboration with the BBC and PBS -- comes to DVD in a fine if unexceptional release. Hank Williams: Honky Tonk Blues has been transferred to disc in letterboxed format at the widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1, as it was originally aired, and the images are clear and sharp, with strong color values, though some shots appear to have been anamorphically "stretched" to fit the aspect ratio. The audio has been mastered in PCM Stereo, and makes the most of the vintage recordings featured throughout. The program is in English, with no multiple language options or subtitles included. Bonus materials include a gallery of still photos (most of which were used in the film), a number of interview extracts not used in the film, a brief look at what happened to the major players in the Hank Williams story following his death, and a chat with Billie Jean Horton, who was Williams' wife in the last months of his life. The documentary also appears in a longer cut than what appeared on American television, and the results ought to please fans of the legendary Hank Williams, as well as those curious about the great man's story.