The menus on the DVD are nice in that as the DVD starts up, it allows you to select a preferred language which the rest of the DVD's menus will then be presented in. The menus are static, and contain imagery from the film.
The movie is presented in 1.85:1 Non-anamorphic widescreen. At times the video can appear a little grainy, but this is likely the result of how the movie was filmed (natural lighting/fast film stocks). Personally, I don't mind the print's grain and am glad that Disney didn't apply any digital filtering to remove it; doing so would have further softened the picture and destroyed detail. However, if there's a better film print out there, hopefully it will be utilized whenever this film is remastered in High Definition. From the looks of the Disney logo at the beginning of the movie, this print is a little worn. Overall - The beautiful scenery in the movie comes through looking very good and most people will be happy with it. This is probably the best Benji the Hunted has ever looked on any home video format, but there's still room for improvement.
I don't have a great sound system - just the speakers on the TV - but it sounded fine. The DVD has 5.1 Dolby Digital tracks in both English and Spanish. There are subtitles for English, Spanish, Swedish, Norweigen, Danish, and Finnish.
There are no extras at all.