The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go (1970) is a bizarre James Bond-like action film that also spoofs many of the genre's conventions. James Mason is evil power broker Mr. Go, who recruits a U.S. Army deserter (Jeff Bridges) to aid in his scheme to learn the secret behind a deadly, high-tech laser weapon. With Broderick Crawford, Irene Tsu, and Burgess Meredith (who also wrote and directed). Next, "Eliza's Horoscope" (1975) combines sensuality and surrealism to tell the tale of a lonely, frail Canadian woman who dabbles in astrology to help her find her one true love. Elizabeth Moorman, Tommy Lee Jones star. And, a teenage gymnast (Olivia d'Abo) overcomes injuries and a troubled homelife to compete in the state championships, in "Dream to Believe" (1986). Keanu Reeves co-stars. AKA: "Flying," "Teenage Dream." Three-disc set also includes "Reaching for the Moon" (1931), "The Painted Desert," "Hell's House," "Whistle Stop," "Home Town Story," "Seniors," and "Callie & Son."