Four-disc set includes: Detective Story (1951)Based on the Broadway play by Sidney Kingsley, director William Wyler's influential crime drama details a day in the life of a New York City police precinct led by hard-nosed detective Jim McLeod (Kirk Douglas). Neglecting his long-suffering wife (Eleanor Parker) as he attempts to bring an unscrupulous abortion doctor to justice, McLeod's brutal treatment of the accused leads to a revelation that could jeopardize his marriage and career. With William Bendix, George Macready, Lee Grant. 103 min. BW/Rtg: NR Bang The Drum Slowly (1973)A moving, powerfully acted baseball drama about the on- and off-field friendship that develops between two players on the fictional Major League Baseball team the New York Mammoths. Henry Wiggen (Michael Moriarty) is the team's star pitcher who takes it upon himself to look after dim-witted catcher Bruce Pearson (Robert de Niro), who's suffering from a terminal illness. Vincent Gardenia, Phil Foster, and Danny Aiello star in this adaptation of Mark Harris' novel. 97 min. C/Rtg: PG Fat Man And Little Boy (1989)This stirring historical drama stars Paul Newman as General Leslie R. Groves, the U.S. Army officer who oversaw the Manhattan Project. In New Mexico in the early 1940s, Groves supervised a team of civilian scientists charged with building the world's first atomic weapons, eventually leading to the construction to two bombs dubbed "Fat Man" and "Little Boy." Dwight Schultz, Laura Dern, John Cusack, Bonnie Bedelia co-star. 126 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 The Two Jakes (1990)Jack Nicholson returns as private eye Jake Gittes in the long-awaited sequel to "Chinatown." Set in 1948 Los Angeles, this riveting mystery has Gittes investigating a case of adultery and murder, only to find a web of land fraud, scheming oil barons, and a mysterious link to the past. Harvey Keitel, Meg Tilly, Reuben Blades co-star; directed by Nicholson and written by "Chinatown" scripter Robert Towne. 137 min. C/Rtg: R Standard and Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.