Somebody up There Likes Me (1956), director Robert Wise's biodrama of middleweight boxing champ Rocky Graziano, won two Oscars. In his third film role (and the one that made him a star), Paul Newman plays the New York street kid who escapes a life of petty crime to become a sports legend. With Pier Angeli, Everett Sloane, Sal Mineo, and an uncredited Steve McQueen. Then, the thrilling Hitchcockian yarn "The Mackintosh Man" (1973) stars Newman as a British agent sent on a mission to infiltrate the Scarperers, a communist group secretly led by a powerful politician (James Mason). With the fate of the Free World hanging in the balance, Newman races to stop Mason while dealing with espionage, double agents, and uneasy alliances. With Dominique Sanda, Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen; directed by John Huston. Four-disc set also includes "Harper" and "Cool Hand Luke." 7 2/3 hrs. total. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.