Though not labeled a special edition, From Here to Eternity does have a number of supplemental features. Unfortunately, the sum of the parts doesn't equal the whole. A two-minute "making of" featurette doesn't amount to much and a slightly longer excerpt from "Fred Zinnemann: As I See It" doesn't go into much detail about this talented director. It does feature some nice behind-the-scene shots in color, but the majority is simply sequences from the film intercut with interviews from Zinnemann. The main point of interest, though, is a thoughtful commentary track from Tim Zinnemann (the director's son) and Alvin Sargent, a collaborator with Fred Zinnemann and actor in this film. In addition, there are three theatrical trailers and incomplete filmographies for the cast and crew. The image, which is shown at the theatrical full frame ratio of 1.33:1, looks very good, but is far from perfect. The film, made in 1953, is showing its age, and it's possible a little more restoration work could have made it look even better. As for the sound, the English Dolby Digital track is in stereo and sounds adequate for this type of film. Granted, a little more range would be preferred, but isn't expected. In addition to English there are also soundtracks in French, Spanish, and Portuguese, with subtitles in those languages plus Chinese, Korean, and Thai. Overall, this Oscar-winning film has received a nice treatment on DVD.