One of the finest Hollywood biopics ever made, "I'll Cry Tomorrow" (1955) is an unflinching look at the life of singer/actress Lillian Roth and her struggle with alcoholism. Susan Hayward earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Roth and also did her own singing. With Jo Van Fleet, Richard Conte. Then, set in an inner-city high school, "Up the Down Staircase" (1967) stars Sandy Dennis as a naive but determined teacher dealing with uncaring students and apathetic faculty colleagues. With Patrick Bedford. Next, a glossy remake of "Old Acquaintance," "Rich and Famous" (1981) chronicles the rocky relationship of college classmates Jacqueline Bisset and Candice Bergen over the years. With David Selby. "Shoot the Moon" (1982) depicts the deterioration of a 15-year marriage of a wealthy San Francisco couple (Albert Finney and Diane Keaton) as they both become engaged in extra-marital affairs. Karen Allen co-stars. Five-disc set also includes "A Big Hand for the Little Lady." 9 3/4 hrs. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese; audio commentary; "making of" documentary; newsreel footage.