The Paradine Case is generally regarded as one of Hitchcock's lesser efforts, however most Hitchcock is still good Hitchcock.
This DVD presentation from Prism Leisure has a faultless restored image and clear sound, as well as some extra features. Unfortunately the extras are mediocre and most are not specific to the film, other than a few stills in the Photo Gallery. I found it difficult to sit through the Kim Newman interview. The presenter has a good knowledge of Hitchcock but his peculiar appearance and rapid fire delivery were off putting. For those wanting only the movie, this DVD will be more than adequate.
A much better DVD edition is available in R1, released in 2008 in a joint effort by MGM and 20th Century Fox. The image and sound are of an equally high standard, and it comes better equipped with extra features tailored to the film. These include a commentary by Hitchcock scholars Stephen Rebello and Bill Krohn, original theatrical trailer, Hitchcock audio interview with Peter Bogdanovich, 1949 Radio Play starring Joseph Cotton, isolated music and effects track, still galleries and English subtitles. These extras contribute greatly to the understanding and appreciation of the film, making the R1 edition the better choice.
Film 6/10, R2 DVD Edition 3/10, R1 DVD Edition 9/10