First, Bob Clark ("Porky's") directs the astonishing sexploiter "She-Man" (1967) about an army deserter-turned-dominatrix/extortionist who transforms his former lieutenant into a feminine maid named Rose. Leslie Marlowe, Wendy Roberts star. Then, a nightclub performer is found murdered, and the investigation leads to her disturbed adolescent son. It's learned that junior is confused about his homosexual feelings and the fact that his liked to sleep with him. "The Sins of Rachel" (1972) is shot in Texturetone, and stars Ann Noble and Bruce Campbell. 153 min. total. Standard/Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers; bonus shorts "Jean La Rue," "Naked Cowboy," "Warren Frederick Goes to Bed," "Going Native at the Beach."