||Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, Ray Winstone, Emily Mortimer
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- Audio Commentary by Jon Spira
- Theatrical Trailer (HD; 2:18)
- Brian Selznick (HD; 54: 49) is a great newly produced interview with the novel's author.
- Robert Richardson (HD; 40:02) features director of photography Robert Richardson in another newly produced interview.
- Howard Shore (HD; 13:49) offers the composer in another newly produced interview. Some of what he describes sounds very similar to Powell and Pressburger's "composed film", which was a formative inspiration for Scorsese, as Scorsese himself has described.
- Ian Christie on Hugo (HD; 23:12) is a wonderful "up close and personal" assessment of the film by Christie, who was on set during filming.
- Secret Machines: Hugo and Film Preservation (HD; 18:17) is a visual essay by filmmaker and critic Scout Tafoya.
- Creating New Worlds (HD; 37:43) offers film journalist Julien Dupuy discussing the life of Georges Méliès. Subtitled in English.
- Papa Georges Made Movies (HD; 10:05) features film historian Pamela Hutchinson and the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum.
- Méliès at the Time of Hugo (HD; 7:43) is another visual essay, this one by commentator Jon Spira who helped bring the legendary filmmaker's autobiography to the public. Spira discusses what was actually happening in Méliès' life during the period depicted in the film.
- Shoot the Moon - The Making of Hugo (HD; 19:48) is an archival piece.
- The Cinemagician: Georges Méliès (HD; 15:40) is an archival look at Méliès.
- The Mechanical Man at the Heart of Hugo (HD; 12:45) is an archival piece focusing on the film's automaton.
- Big Effects, Small Scale (HD; 5:54) is an archival piece looking at some of the visual effects.
- Sacha Baron Cohen: Role of a Lifetime (HD; 3:33) is an archival piece focusing on Cohen.
- Image Gallery (HD)
- Folded mini poster
- Insert booklet, including an essay by Farran Smith Nehme