Disc 1: The Pride and the Passion (1957) Spanish fighter Miguel plans to attack Napoleon's army with a canon, but because he's untrained in complex weaponry, he must rely on the expertise of the British Captain Trumbell (Grant).
Disc 2: Kings Go Forth (1958) In WWII France, Corporal Britt Harris works with Sgt. Loggins, a man he soon rivals for the affections of the beautiful Monique Blair. But when they learn that Monique's parents are racially mixed, it tests the character of each...
Disc 3: A Hole in the Head (1959) Tony loves his son, Ally. But when Tony asks his wealthy brother, Mario, for a loan, Mario agrees to back his brother on one condition: settle down or give him custody of Ally!
Disc 4: Can-Can (1960) A 1890's Montmartre dance hall owner constantly raided for performing the illegal can-can has to use her own resources when an elderly judge is replaced by a younger, more serious one.
Disc 5: The Manchurian Candidate (1962) When a platoon of Korean War G.I.s is captured, they somehow end up at a ladies garden club party. Or do they? Major Bennett Marco can't remember.
Disc 6: Von Ryan's Express (1965) When U.S. combat pilot Col. Joseph Ryan is captured by Nazis, he does what it takes to survive prison camp, masterminds commandeering a train to Switzerland with the Nazis in hot pursuit.
Disc 7: Cast a Giant Shadow (1966) After a brilliant career with the U.S. army, WWII hero and Jewish American Mickey Marcus is called to the new state of Israel to build an army capable of withstanding its Arab foes.
Disc 8: Tony Rome (1967) The beautiful daughter of a wealthy industrialist turns up drunk and unconscious in a hotel room, and Tony Rome has to deal with it.
Disc 9: The Detective (1968) Police detective Joe Leland investigates the murder of a homosexual man.
Disc 10: Lady in Cement (1968) In this solid suspense drama, Frank Sinatra stars as detective Tony Rome who, while working on a case, discovers everybody he talks to winds up dead.