This presentation of comic genius Jacques Tati's filmography begins with the French writer/director's feature debut "Jour De Fête" (1948), in which Tati plays a postman engaged in comic attempts to make his service state-of-the-art. Tati introduced his most famous character in the nearly dialogue-free "Monsieur Hulot's Holiday" (1953), an homage to silent comedy set in a peaceful seaside resort. Tati's first color film "Mon Oncle" (1958) finds the odd-walking Mr. Hulot trying to cope with his brother-in-law's mechanized house. In Paris, Gallic everyman Hulot gets caught up in chaos with American tourists in "Playtime" (1967). Calamities ensue when Hulot gets behind the wheel of a gadget-laden camping vehicle, in "Trafic" (1971). Tati is a circus performer in "Parade" (1974), as two children go behind the scenes at a provincial circus. Seven-disc set also includes all six Tati short films, the soccer documentary "Forza Bastia" (1978) completed posthumously by Tati's daughter, and much more. 10 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen; Soundtrack: French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; interviews; more. In French with English subtitles.