Blue Underground has added another feather to their cap with their impressive, slickly-crafted edition of Corri, Uomo, Corri. This video transfer suffers from occasional, minor defects with the negative (usually during night scenes) but otherwise offers a robust, color-rich image that shows off the film's impressive widescreen compositions in high style. Audio options are limited to mono but the disc does offer both English and Italian soundtracks that are sharp and free of distortion (there are also nice, easy-to-read English subtitles for those who choose the Italian language option). Blue Underground adds to the value of this lovely transfer with an impressive and generous set of extras. First up are a pair of documentaries. "Run, Man, Run: 35 Years Of Running" is a new documentary featuring director Sergio Sollima and star Tomas Milian that generates some surprising moments of humor as each pokes fun at the other's artistic style. "Westerns Italian Style" is a vintage late 1960's television documentary that includes some behind the scenes footage from Corri, Uomo, Corri and also highlights other Italian genre filmmakers like Enzo Castellari. Other extras include a detailed pair of text biographies for Sollima and Milian, a trailer, and a generous image gallery. "Easter Egg" fans will also be happy to know that trailers for Blue Underground's other Spaghetti Western title can be found hidden on the Extras menu screen. To sum up, Blue Underground's DVD edition of Corri, Uomo, Corri is a must for spaghetti western fans thanks to its one-two punch of a top-flight transfer and worthwhile extras.