First, the classic Ernst Lubitsch charmer "The Shop Around the Corner" (1940) stars James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan as co-working clerks who can't stand one another...but don't realize that they're anonymous lonely hearts penpals. Frank Morgan, Joseph Schildkraut co-star in this beloved comedy. Next, "The FBI Story" (1959) offers a thrilling (and somewhat sanitized) depiction of the agency's formative years, as seen through the eyes of agent Stewart. See him take on gangsters Baby Face Nelson and John Dillinger, the KKK, Nazi spy rings, and communist agents, plus amazing looks inside the bureau's crime labs. With Vera Miles, Murray Hamilton, and Nick Adams. Four-disc set also includes "The Stratton Story" and "The Spirit of St. Louis." 8 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; bonus shorts "Batty Baseball" (1944), "So Your Wife Wants to Work" (1956), "Tabasco Road" (1957); theatrical trailers.