Legendary director John Huston's treasured romantic adventure stars the incomparable Humphrey Bogart as hard-drinking boat captain Charlie Allnut--a role that won him his only Academy Award (Best Actor, 1951)--and renowned actress Katharine Hepburn as missionary Rose Sayer in a tale of two disparate people thrown together by fate and drawn together by love.
- Embracing Chaos: Making The African Queen--This comprehensive documentary takes a look back at the production with commentary about the cast, the challenges of the filming locations and how the spectacular cinematography impacted the industry overall. Includes on-camera interviews with notable Hollywood icons, critics and crew members from the film including Martin Scorsese, Tony Huston, Richard Schickel and more, plus never-before-seen archival images and home movie footage provided by the estate of cinematographer Jack Cardiff.
- An audio disc with a recording of the Lux Radio Theater presents The African Queen radio broadcast (Collector's Edition DVD and Blu-ray only)
- A Senitype film frame collectible reproduction (Collector's Edition DVD and Blu-ray only)
- Collectible postcards featuring reproductions of images related to the film (Collector's Edition DVD and Blu-ray only)
- A reproduction of Katharine Hepburn's out-of-print memoir The Making of The African Queen or How I Went to Africa with Bogart, Bacall and Huston and Almost Lost My Mind (Collector's Edition DVD and Blu-ray only)