Fans of the 1963 thriller Charade will delight in Universal's star-studded remake The Truth About Charlie. This disc, while lacking in many groundbreaking extras, does contain one shining feature: the full-length version of Charade starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen, this original film looks beautiful. The mono soundtrack is paltry compared to the 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound found on the modern-day remake, but it still sounds adequate. On the main feature, "The Making of 'The Truth About Charlie,'" is a comprehensive, behind-the-scenes featurette with all the major players taking part. Thandie Newton talks about what fun it was to film this movie in Paris, while director/writer/producer Jonathan Demme explains why he wanted Newton in the title role. The featurette contains interviews, off-camera shenanigans, and scene shots from around Paris. Viewers even get to see off-camera fans drooling over Mark Wahlberg. In other features, there's a tiny collection of marginally enjoyable deleted scenes. Then there's a featured audio commentary with Demme, production notes, biographies, and the theatrical trailer.