Over 6 hours on 2 DVD's. Featuring "Algiers", "The Strange Woman", "A Farwell To Arms" and "Meet John Doe". "Algiers": In this romantic thriller, cunning criminal Pepe Le Moko (Boyer) hides in the Casbah, safe from French authorities. However, police inspector Slimane keeps a close eye on Pepe waiting for him to falter. Pepe lets his guard down when he falls for an alluring tourist named Gaby (Lamarr). Nominated for four Academy Awards: Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Cinematography and Best Art Direction. "The Strange Woman": In 19th Century Maine, a young and beautiful Jenny Hager (Lamarr) marries a wealthy businessman (Lockhart) twenty years her senior. That doesn't stop her from conquering the affections of his son and the handsome John Evered (Sanders). Jenny becomes the richest and most powerful woman in the community, but will her heartless ways destroy her? "A Farwell To Arms": Ernest Hemingway's masterpiece comes to vivid life in this highly acclaimed film adaptation. A daring American ambulance driver (Cooper) falls in love with a British nurse (Hayes) on the Italian frontlines of WWI. The chaos of the battlefield conspires to push the ill-fated lovers together and then wrench them apart in what becomes an ultimate test of love and one of the most moving endings in cinematic history. Nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. "Meet John Doe": rank Capra's classic ode to the common man, starring Gary Cooper as a down-and-out former baseball player caught up in a newspaper publicity stunt. Barbara Stanqyck plays the newspaper woman who first exploits him and with whom Cooper predictably falls in love.
DVD Special Features: Presented in Black & White
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Stereo