Jack Lemmon is fast-talking Private Hogan, stationed at a hospital in WWII France, in the frenetic military farce "Operation Mad Ball" (1957). Hogan recruits a resourceful supply sergeant (Mickey Rooney) and a local hotel manager (Jeanne Manet) to help him stage a dance and woo a beautiful lieutenant (Kathryn Grant), all under the watchful eye of his stern commanding officer (Ernie Kovacs). Jack is American junior diplomat Bill Gridley, who transfers to London and moves into a house whose beautiful landlady Carly (Kim Novak) is suspected by Scotland Yard of murdering her missing husband. A reluctant Bill, who's falling for Carly, is coaxed into spying on her, in the spry comedy thriller "The Notorious Landlady" (1962); with Fred Astaire and Estelle Winwood. And ad exec Lemmon lands a major account thanks to his wholesome family man lifestyle, but it could all come crashing down when he agrees to pose as sexy neighbor Romy Schneider's husband so she can claim an inheritance. Dorothy Provine and Edward G. Robinson co-star in the laugh-filled "Good Neighbor Sam" (1964). Two-disc set also includes "Three for the Show." 7 1/3 hrs. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.