"Boys Town" - Today they grow up lawless on the streets. Tomorrow they're on Death Row. Father Edward Flanagan vows to break the cycle, putting his life where his faith is and starting a boys' home that becomes a model of hope. Spencer Tracy brings shining inner strength to Flanagan in a performance that made him the first to win consecutive Best Actor Academy Awards(R). "There is no bad boy" Flanagan insists. But brash troublemaker Whitey Marsh (Mickey Rooney) puts that credo to the test. "A Christmas Carol" (1938) "May it haunt [my readers'] houses pleasantly," Charles Dickens wrote in the preface to his "A Christmas Carol". This 1938 version offers one of that timeless work's most pleasant screen hauntings, bustling with a lavish backlot re-creation of Victorian London. Reginald Owen portrays holiday humbug Ebenezer Scrooge, the miser's miser who has a huge change of heart after spirits whisk him into the past, present and future. "Christmas in Connecticut" (1945) Journalist Elizabeth Lane is one of the country's most famous food writer. In her columns, she describes herself as a hard working farm woman, taking care of her children and being an excellent cook. But this is all lies. In reality she is an unmarried New Yorker who can't even boil an egg. The recipes come from her good friend Felix. The owner of the magazine she works for has decided that a heroic sailor will spend his Christmas on "her" farm. Miss Lane knows that her career is over if the truth comes out, but what can she do. "The Singing Nun" - Debbie Reynolds portrays the real-life nun who uses her voice and guitar as instruments of faith. Features the hit song "Dominique".
DVD Special Features: Theatrical Trailers, Vintage Featurettes: "The City of Little Men and Girls", "Boys Town", "Jackie Cooper's Christmas Party" and "Judy Garland Sings 'Silent Night'"; Audio-Only Bonus: "Good News of 1938" Radio Show Excerpt; Classic Cartoon "Peace on Earth"; Vintage Short "Star in the Night"
Other Special Features: Subtitles: English and French
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital