A foreign correspondent, an old salt, and his daughter unite to sabotage a U-boat base, in the British WWII thriller "The Day Will Dawn" (1942). With Deborah Kerr, Hugh Williams. Michael Wilding, Roland Culver, and James Mason carry out a "Secret Mission" (1942). With Williams, Carla Lehmann. The Battle of Arnhem is re-enacted in the docudrama "Theirs Is the Glory" (1946). Reporters Stanley Maxted, Allan Wood play themselves. A prize cow fuels the comic action of "Appointment with Venus" (1951). David Niven, Glynis Johns star. AKA: "Island Rescue." In "Seven Thunders" (1957), British POWs lay low in France. Stephen Boyd, Anna Gaylor star. AKA: "The Beasts of Marseilles." Dirk Bogarde falls for a Japanese girl, in "The Wind Cannot Read" (1958). Yoko Tani, Ronald Lewis co-star. A British officer and the Dutch team to lift a diamond stash, in "Operation Amsterdam" (1959). With Peter Finch, Eva Bartok. Five-disc set also includes "Unpublished Story," "The Flemish Farm," and "Two Thousand Women." 15 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.