Would-be ballerina Maureen O'Hara takes her high-brow dance routines to a low-brow burlesque house, where she competes with stripper Lucille Ball for the affections of playboy Louis Hayward, in "Dance, Girl, Dance" (1940). A shy busboy (Henry Fonda) devotes himself to a disinterested nightclub singer (Ball) who only dates wealthy men. There's fun and frolicking in "Du Barry Was a Lady" (1943), with Red Skelton as a hat check man who gets knocked on the head and wakes up in 17th-century France where he, as King Louis XV, courts Madame DuBarry (Ball), who looks remarkably like the nightclub star he loves back home. Gene Kelly co-stars. And, "Critic's Choice" (1963) is a spirited theatrical farce featuring Bob Hope as a drama critic who faces a professional crisis when his wife (Ball) writes a play and he must decide whether or not to review it. Based on the play by Ira Levin. Five-disc set also includes "The Big Street" and "Mame." 8 1/2 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French.