Includes: "AKA Cassius Clay" (English Only), "Rocky Marciano", "Body And Soul" (1999), "Body And Soul" (1981), "Diggstown", "Dempsey" (English Only). "AKA: Cassius Clay": "A study of crazy brilliance and flamboyant sincerity" (Los Angeles Herald-Examiner), "AKA: Cassius Clay" presents a fascinating look at the incredible life and achievements of one of the most courageous, outspoken and charismatic figures of boxing: Muhammad Ali. Born Cassius Clay in 1942, Ali soon rose to become a renowned athlete, an articulate author and a compelling political leader. Audacious, ambitious and totally fearless, Ali became a symbol of pride, a legend of hope and one of the most extraordinary cultural icons of the 20th century. "Rocky Marciano": In the small blue-collar town of Brockton, Massachusetts, young Rocky Marciano turns to the ring as his ticket out. Training twice as hard and twice as long as anyone else, he pounds his way to victory and his reputation quickly spreads as "the guy to beat." But behind the gloves Rocky is unhappy with his gift and he's thinking of retiring. So, with the fate of his career hanging in the balance, he finds a way to unleash his thunder again - this time against his biggest hero - Joe Louis! "Body And Soul (1981)": Golden Gloves champ Leon (Leon Isaac Kennedy) has no interest in becoming a pro boxer; instead, he wants to be a doctor. But when his little sister requires immediate and expensive medical treatments, he decides to go for the title and all the money it will bring. On his way to the top, however, Leon succumbs to the temptations that come with success: money, flesh, ego. As a result, he begins to lose everyone and everything he used to care about. Can Leon pull his life back together, or is he too far gone to be redeemed? "Body And Soul (1999)": After years as an amateur, small-town boxer Charlie (Mancini) and his manager buddy, Tiny (Chiklis), head to Reno with dreams of the big time. When they get there, a seasoned but gruff trainer (Steiger) recognizes potential and takes Charlie under his wing. Everything is looking up for Charlie until he's forced to go into business with a shady Reno promoter (Mantegna) who demands that he trade in his principles and loyalties for a shot at the title! "Diggstown": For con artist Gabriel Caine (Woods), Diggstown is the promised land, legendary for its high-stakes boxing matches that attract high-rollers from miles around. Gabe, recognizing a golden opportunity, bets the town's powerful boss (Bruce Dern) that his fighter will defeat ten opponents in 24 hours. It's far from a sure thing, though, since Gabe's fighter is "Honey" Roy Palmer (Gossett), a cranky, over-the-hill 48-year-old who has just come out of retirement. But Roy comes out swinging, pulverizing one contender after another, leading to a final exciting bout that may decide the ownership of the town itself! "Dempsey": After years of bare-knuckled prize fights and a disastrous affair with the conniving Maxine (Kellerman), Jack Dempsey seems destined for a life of poverty and obscurity. But when he's discovered by manager "Doc" Kearns (Waterston), Dempsey's true destiny is finally unleashed, winning him the world heavyweight title! But that was only the beginning for Dempsey, whose life became a whirlwind of legendary bouts, fame, women, scandal and a legacy as one of the greatest fighters of all time!.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French