Ingrid Bergman won a Best Actress Oscar as the amnesiac found on the streets of 1920s Paris by ex-Russian general Yul Brynner and coached by him to impersonate the youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas II. But could this impostor actually be the real "Anastasia" (1956)? Helen Hayes co-stars. Sex, gangsters, and rock and roll mix in the film that made Jayne Mansfield a star, "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956). Talent agent Tom Ewell is coerced by mobster Edmond O'Brien into making his talentless gal (Jayne) a singing star, but things get hairy when she falls for her mentor; with songs from Little Richard, Fats Domino, and Gene Vincent. And the stylish, witty caper comedy "How to Steal a Million" (1966) stars Audrey Hepburn as the daughter of art forger Hugh Griffith, whose latest "work" is about to be shown in a museum as the real thing. Fearing he'll be exposed, Hepburn enlists burglar Peter O'Toole's help in stealing the art piece, unaware he's really a detective. Fifteen-disc set also includes "The Rains Came," "Blood and Sand" (1941), "The Snake Pit" (1948), "All About Eve," "My Blue Heaven" (1950), "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," "Desk Set," "Peyton Place," "The Best of Everything," "Cleopatra" (1963), and "One Million Years B.C."