Barbra Streisand's mantel overflows with Oscars, Emmys, Grammys, and other awards from 40-plus years of stardom. This four-film collection celebrates Streisand's golden years as a screen actress, beginning with Peter Bogdanovich's superb screwball comedy What's Up, Doc?, an update of the Howard Hawks classic Bringing Up Baby featuring Ryan O'Neal in the Cary Grant role. The Main Event pairs the two again, this time with La Streisand attempting to whip washed-up pugilist O'Neill into shape for a big-time bout. Next up is Nuts, featuring Streisand in one of her most challenging roles -- that of a call girl charged with murder who desperately fights her parents' efforts to play the insanity card. Also featured here is Up the Sandbox, an interestingly complex film from 1972 in which Streisand portrays a pregnant mother awash in fears, including concern that her husband (David Selby) is having an extramarital affair. Streisand offers commentary tracks on all of these films, which also arrive on DVD with documentaries, trailers, and other tasty tidbits.