It would be wonderful to have this on blu ray ( English friendly, uncut of course). Had a moment to re-watch this and I could recall nearly every scene. I have to say that one of my favorite scene's is the scene where Silence throws a match into Loco's whiskey glass, ( then throws his cigar into it) which leads to an awesome fight sequence. Remarkable work here by Corbucci, but something I noticed the second time, is that Frank Wolff's character has a bit of a "humorous" ,"know it all" kind of persona to him, and I was a bit annoyed by that. Usually my attention is on the gun fights, snowy landscapes, obviously Silence, who is a wonderful character, very original, and very dark, and of course I couldn't take my eyes away from Vonetta McGee who is simply gorgeous, that I rarely noticed Frank Wolff's role, but last night it seemed to me that he was sort of a"know it all" about laws and who can be hung and for what reason and so forth, and I don't know, it almost seemed it was trying to be "humorous" about the whole thing. I also didn't care for the scene where Wolf's character is on the "ice" ( while Kinski is shooting) as I found it suffered from poor editing, and looked sloppy, however I must say Corbucci's Great Silence shine's as bright as any of his other westerns. The combination of the wintery landscape, mute gunslinger ( who is dressed in an excellent costume and even displays a certain type of sadness and anger on his face for most of the film) and haunting musical score are worthy of a quality blu ray release.