Available at Amazon.de (click for details) Review: DVD-Inside.de La Resa dei Conti / The Big Gundown (1966) IMDb - 2.35:1 anamorphic (dual-layer) - Italian mono - German mono - German subtitles - ENGLISH SUBTITLES! Faccia a Faccia / Face to Face (1967) IMDb - 2.35:1 anamorphic (dual-layer) - Italian mono - German mono - German subtitles - ENGLISH SUBTITLES! Corri, Uomo, Corri! / Run, Man, Run! (1968) IMDb - 2.35:1 anamorphic (dual-layer) - Italian mono - German mono - German subtitles - ENGLISH SUBTITLES! 4th Disc: • Animated menu, chapter selections • Trailer • Documentary on Sergio Sollima (56 min*) • Picture gallery • Turning places (5 min) ??? • Super-8-Footage of Face to Face (33 min) (*) Italian with optional sub-titles Also included: Italian Western Encyclopedia (252 pages, Hardcover) Booklet --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is very roughly (!) what the review says: The Big Gundown "The transfer shows partly clear noise. Fortunately one saved oneself however with noise filters, so that any motionless shots are not badly noticeable. The image definition throughout is pleasant and drops rarely once. The colors are strong. The picture is now and then slightly overexposed. The transfer is accompanied by a multiplicity at defects. Usually they are very small and only rarely once large and disturbing. The German soundtrack is often quite dull and it has some distortions." [No mention of the Italian track? Cheers, guys.] Face to Face "Compared to the first film there are only a minimum of improvements. Also the soundtrack is only negligibly better than the first film." Run, Man, Run! "The third film offers, altogether, the best picture. The transfer contains fewer noises and defects, and the image definition is somewhat better. No difference to the results on the second film." Overall conclusion: "The box offers three films with tidy image quality, but with weaknesses with the sound. The extras are extensive, do not good enough however to lift the total valuation to four points." It sounds to me that the anamorphic transfers are good, but not great, but as this is the first time that The Big Gundown and Face to Face have been available on home video in 2.35:1 with the original Italian soundtrack and English subtitles. DVD-Inside are often super-critical about picture and sound and expect way too much from older films, I feel. The Amazon reviews indicate that it is a winner. Does the documentary on Sergio Sollima contain German and English subtitles, though? And I take it that the hardback book is in German? Does anyone own this set? A confirmation on the English subs would be most appreciated, as would comments on the films, transfers and Italian soundtracks on each film. Incidentally, Blue Underground released an excellent edition of Run, Man, Run! that also contains the legendary 1968 documentary, Westerns Italian Style: Review It's a pity that the film aren't available seperately, as I only really want The Big Gundown and Face to Face, but I may just go for this if I hear positive feedback. These are great Spaghetti Westerns that are up there with Leone's best.