Tom Hanks lights up the screen in this hilarious collection of three of his most popular comedies. "The Money Pit," "Dragnet" and "The 'Burbs." See one of the world's most talented actors at his comedic peek in "Tom Hanks: Comedy Favorites Collection!" "The Money Pit" - Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks stars with Shelley Long in this devastatingly hilarious comedy romp from executive producer Steven Spielberg. Evicted from their Manhattan apartment, Walter and Anna (Hanks and Long) buy what looks like the home of their dreams - only to find themselves saddled with a bank-account-draining nightmare. Struggling to keep their relationship together as their rambling mansion falls to pieces around them, the two hapless homeowners watch in hilarious horror as everything-including the kitchen sink-disappears into The Money Pit. It's an outrageously entertaining comedy for everyone who's ever been deeply in love... or deeply in debt. "Dragnet" - This is the city... and only Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks can save it in this hilarious box-office blockbuster that pays homage to the famed original police drama of the '50s and '60s. Aykroyd is at his comedic best as the namesake nephew of Detective Sgt. Joe Friday. Like his uncle, he's a blue-suited, by-the-rules cop who reluctantly joins forces with his footloose partner Pep Streebek (Hanks) to rescue the City of Angels from the machinations of a power-mad Reverend and corrupt Police Commissioner. And those are "just the facts" of this hysterically funny action-comedy. "The 'Burbs" - Tom Hanks portrays suburbanite Ray Peterson, whose plans for a peaceful vacation are disturbed by a creepy new family on the block, in this outrageous suspense-comedy. To the disappointment of his wife Carol, Ray decides to spend a relaxing week at home, and soon gets into trouble with his neighbors-a hefty busybody, a freaked-out ex-soldier, and a spacey teenager - as they observe the strange happenings next door at the Klopek's bizarre residence. When the neighborhood grouch suddenly disappears, the men are convinced the ramshackle house hides some hideous clues. Armed with assault rifles, high-powered binoculars and a shovel, they decide to see for themselves exactly what is going on in the Klopek place. Set in an average neighborhood that is anything but average, "The 'Burbs" blends slapstick comedy and spine-thrilling mystery with the type of witty humor that has made Tom Hanks one of today's most popular stars.