Subtitles are on the disc in English and French, and there's also an alternate Spanish language track. The menus are static, and while designed for the title, are rather plain and silent. They are not animated.
The video quality is very clear, as is to be expected. Here's a comparision between my VHS transfer from a few years ago and the new DVD. (Note: VHS has a lower image resolution than DVD, and VHS image quality degrades with age.)
As you can see, the image is clearer and the colors are vibrant.
As for the feature itself, I reviewed it in 2009. Please refer to that blog entry.
At the top of the blog is a scan of the cover art, using some of the same artwork as the original VHS release.
So, if I was rating this DVD by content alone:
Language features: 5/5
Special Features: 0/5
Menus - navigation: 5/5
Menus - design 3/5
While the menus could have been prettier and while they could have thrown extra features on the disc, overall, it's not necessary.
Baum fans should pick it up.