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Three-disc set includes "Body Heat," "L.A. Confidential," and "The Player." NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.
James Woods made his film debut in "The Visitors" (1972), playing a Vietnam veteran trying to live a peaceful existence on a Connecticut farm with his girlfriend and infant son. His violent past resurfaces when two criminal service buddies make an unexpected visit. Steve Railsback co-stars; Elia Kazan directs. In "Exposed" (1983), the Manhattan social scene pushes rising model Nastassja Kinski into the arms of concert violinist Rudolf Nureyev. What she couldn't foresee was his secret life as a counter-terrorist, or being pulled into his world of international intrigue. Harvey Keitel, Ian McShane co-star; James Toback directs. "Tough Guys Don't Dance" (1987) stars Ryan O'Neal as a down-an-out loafer who awakens from his latest drunken stupor to find himself accused of murder and hunted by a drug kingpin. Isabella Rossellini, Wings Hauser co-star; Norman Mailer adapted his prose as writer/director. And drifter Don Johnson is out to pull off a Texas bank heist--and seduce his new boss's wife (Virginia Madsen) and a troubled teen (Jennifer Connelly) in "The Hot Spot" (1990), directed by Dennis Hopper. 7 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
San Francisco bookie George Raft was all set to go legit and settle down with war widow Marilyn Maxwell, but when the East Coast mob muscles into the Bay and kills an old friend, all bets are off. Will he listen to cop William Bendix and join forces to break a common enemy, or will he go his own way...and regret it? Gritty crime tale co-stars Harry Morgan, Frank Faylen. 79 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Three-disc set includes "Se7en," "Copycat," and "Taking Lives" (Unrated Director's Cut).