Over 8 hours on 2 DVD's. Featuring "The Last Time I Saw Paris", "Father's Little Dividend", "Love Affair", "Penny Serenade" and "Jane Eyre". "The Last Time I Saw Paris" (1954) (Color) - An American writer (Johnson) returns to Paris to revisit the spot where he fell in love and married a beautiful, high-living aristocrat (Taylor). Make sure to have tissues nearby - this is a tearjerker. "Father's Little Dividend" (1951) (B&W) - In this lighthearted sequel to "Father of the Bride", Dad (Tracy) adjusts to his new solo life and his new role as a grandfather. Great laughs, and Taylor is as stunning as ever. "Penny Serenade" (1941)(B&W) - A wife contemplating divorce reflects on the ups and downs of her marriage. This compelling story flawlessly blends humor and heartbreak. "Love Affair" (1939) (B&W) - During an ocean voyage, a French playboy (Boyer) and a beautiful American woman (Dunne) fall in love. Problem is that each is already betrothed! The decide to test their passion by meeting six months later, but tragedy will challenge their emotion. "Jane Eyre" (1934) (B&W) - A young Jane Eyre is hired as governess for the Thornfield Hall estate, but dark family secrets and a romance with the master force the heroine to flee until a haunting and bizarre incident brings the two together again.