The gorgeous Brigitte Bardot shines as a woman caught up in a murder plot with her dentist husband, his shrewish new girlfriend, and Bardot's father, in "Come Dance with Me" (1959). AKA: "Do You Want to Dance with Me?," "Sexy Girl." Bardot shines in "Love on a Pillow" (1962), detailing the doomed affair of a young woman and her suicidal lover. With Robert Hossein. AKA: "Warrior's Rest." "Two Weeks in September" (1967) is a romantic melodrama of marital infidelity and its repercussions, as a beautiful wife (Bardot) is tempted by another man. With James Robertson Justice. AKA: "A Coeur Joie." And in "The Vixen" (1969), Bardot is the new secretary for idea-starved author Maurice Ronet, who finds inspiration through his romantic fantasies of his free-spirited employee. AKA: "Les Femmes," "Women." Five-disc set also includes "Naughty Girl." 7 1/2 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: French Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish; documentary. In French with English subtitles.