Includes: "Singin' In The Rain", "How The West Was Won", "The Unsinkable Molly Brown", "The Singing Nun." "Singin' In The Rain" (1952, G): Silent movies are giving way to talking pictures, and a matinee idol (Gene Kelly) is caught in that transition with his buddy (Donald O'Connor), prospective ladylove (Debbie Reynolds) and costar (Jean Hagen). Stanley Donen and Kelly codirected the screenplay by famed writing duo Adolph Green and Betty Comden. "How The West Was Won" (1962, G): Three directors, five interlocking stories, some of movie history's most legendary action scenes and a constellation of acting talent: That's how "How The West Was Won" was filmed. Heart-pounding scenes mark this saga following generations of a family as they move West. "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1964, Not Rated): Best Actress Oscar(R) nominee Reynolds invites all to "Belly Up to the Bar, Boys" for the whoop-and-holler film of Meredith Willson's 1960 broadway hit. Reynolds shines as the backwoods heroine who survives both the Titanic and the snobbery of Denver society. "The Singing Nun" (1966, Not Rated): Reynolds plays radiant, compassionate Sister Ann in this tale inspired by the real-life Belgian nun celebrated as "The Singing Nun." Ann takes her faith to the world's airwaves, and her "Dominique" becomes a smash single. But will success hinder her life in faith.
Other Special Features: Subtitles: English SDH