"Baby Doll" (1956) Times are tough for cotton miller Archie Lee (Karl Malden), but at least he has his child bride (Carroll Baker), who'll soon be his wife in title and truth. Director Elia Kazan and writer Tennessee Williams broke new ground in depicting sexual situations in this funny, steamy classic. "The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone" (1961) Vivien Leigh and Warren Beatty are lady and lover in this tender adaptation of a Williams novella. First paired up in "A Streetcar Named Desire", Leigh and Williams create a similar spell here - at once romantic, sinister and nearly explosive. "Sweet Bird Of Youth" (1962) Chance Wayne (Paul Newman) never found Hollywood stardom, but in his sleepy, sweaty Gulf Coast hometown, he's still a star with the ladies. Sex. Money. Hypocrisy. Blackmail. Familiar elements of Williams' literary realm combine as Chance battles private demons. "The Night Of The Iguana" (1964) Starring Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr, and directed by legendary filmmaker John Huston (who cowrote the screen adaptation of Williams' stage play with Anthony Veiller), this Oscar(R) winner explores the dark night of one man's soul.
DVD Special Features: "Baby Doll" and "The Night Of The Iguana" are Presented in Black & White
Other Special Features: Subtitles: English SDH
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital