Six-disc set includes: The Jerk (1979)Beloved standup comedian and former TV gag writer Steve Martin's first starring film role was as gullible, dimwitted-but likable-gas station attendant Navin R. Johnson. Follow Navin's hilarious journey from his humble beginnings in a Southern shanty to wealthy eyeglass innovator and back to poverty. Bernadette Peters and Jackie Mason co-star in this wild collection of pratfalls and sight gags from director Carl Reiner and co-scripter Martin. 94 min. C/Rtg: R Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982)Laugh... or Steve Martin will blow your lips off. He's a private detective called on to solve a mystery that involves a lovely femme fatale (Rachel Ward). While on the case he meets up with such famous 1940s faces as Alan Ladd, Barbara Stanwyck, Humphrey Bogart and Fred MacMurray from such film classics as "The Bribe," "White Heat," "Double Indemnity," and more. 89 min. BW/Rtg: PG The Lonely Guy (1984)Having caught his girlfriend in flagrante, Manhattan greeting card writer Larry Hubbard (Steve Martin) was back in the dating pool... and sinking fast. His new romantic struggles have him becoming the author of a hit self-help book on love... and in pursuit of a Ms. Right (Judith Ivey) who keeps getting away. Hilarious and bittersweet farce inspired by Bruce Jay Friedman's "The Lonely Guy's Book of Life" co-stars Charles Grodin, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, and some surprising cameos. 91 min. C/Rtg: R Parenthood (1989)Warm, wise, and wonderful ensemble comedy from Ron Howard celebrates the eternal parent-child relationship through the ups and downs of the Buckman family: hard-working father-of-three Gil (Steve Martin), his wife Karen (Mary Steenburgen), his divorced sister Helen (Dianne Wiest), gambler younger brother Larry (Tom Hulce), and acerbic family patriarch Frank (Jason Robards). Delightful cast also includes Rick Moranis, Keanu Reeves, Martha Plimpton, Joaquin Phoenix. 129 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Housesitter (1992)Charming and often hilarious farce with Steve Martin as naive architect Newton Davis, who builds a suburban dream house for his long-time girlfriend, Becky (Dana Delany). After Becky turns down his marriage offer, Gwen, a wacky waitress with a penchant for lying (Goldie Hawn) moves into his home, pretends to be his wife, and insinuates her way into his family. Julie Harris, Donald Moffat co-star; directed by Frank Oz. 102 min. C/Rtg: PG Sgt. Bilko (1996)Motor pool master sergeant Ernie Bilko (Steve Martin) was never at a loss for a scheme to turn the resources of his backwater Army base into fast cash, and always under the nose of ever-oblivious Col. Hall (Dan Aykroyd). The party might finally be over, though, as the Inspector General's office pays a visit-and the investigator in charge (Phil Hartman) is an old rival out to shut Bilko down for keeps. Laugh-filled translation of the popular '50s TV series co-stars Glenne Headly, Chris Rock. 95 min. C/Rtg: PG Bowfinger (1999)Funny and affecting Hollywood fable featuring (and written by) Steve Martin as down-and-out producer Robert Bowfinger, whose new low-budget sci-fi epic, "Chubby Rain," stars action hero Kit Ramsay (Eddie Murphy). The problem is that Kit doesn't realize he's in the film, as Bowfinger and crew film him secretly, and that his geeky brother (also played by Murphy) has been recruited to be his stand-in. Heather Graham, Christine Baranski, and Jamie Kennedy also star. 97 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 It's Complicated (2009)A decade of divorce behind them, successful Santa Barbara bakeshop owner Jane Adler (Meryl Streep) and her married ex-husband, Jake (Alec Baldwin), unexpectedly reconnect at their son's graduation, leading to a torrid affair. Now, Jane will have to decide if she wants to be Jake's "other woman" or if she has a future with the charming architect (Steve Martin) she's hired to redesign her kitchen. John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, Rita Wilson co-star in writer/director Nancy Meyers' delightful romantic comedy. 121 min. C/Rtg: R
Six-disc set includes: The Jerk (1979)Beloved standup comedian and former TV gag writer Steve Martin's first starring film role was as gullible, dimwitted-but likable-gas station attendant Navin R. Johnson. Follow Navin's hilarious journey from his humble beginnings in a Southern shanty to wealthy eyeglass innovator and back to poverty. Bernadette Peters and Jackie Mason co-star in this wild collection of pratfalls and sight gags from director Carl Reiner and co-scripter Martin. 94 min. C/Rtg: R Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982)Laugh... or Steve Martin will blow your lips off. He's a private detective called on to solve a mystery that involves a lovely femme fatale (Rachel Ward). While on the case he meets up with such famous 1940s faces as Alan Ladd, Barbara Stanwyck, Humphrey Bogart and Fred MacMurray from such film classics as "The Bribe," "White Heat," "Double Indemnity," and more. 89 min. BW/Rtg: PG The Lonely Guy (1984)Having caught his girlfriend in flagrante, Manhattan greeting card writer Larry Hubbard (Steve Martin) was back in the dating pool... and sinking fast. His new romantic struggles have him becoming the author of a hit self-help book on love... and in pursuit of a Ms. Right (Judith Ivey) who keeps getting away. Hilarious and bittersweet farce inspired by Bruce Jay Friedman's "The Lonely Guy's Book of Life" co-stars Charles Grodin, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, and some surprising cameos. 91 min. C/Rtg: R Parenthood (1989)Warm, wise, and wonderful ensemble comedy from Ron Howard celebrates the eternal parent-child relationship through the ups and downs of the Buckman family: hard-working father-of-three Gil (Steve Martin), his wife Karen (Mary Steenburgen), his divorced sister Helen (Dianne Wiest), gambler younger brother Larry (Tom Hulce), and acerbic family patriarch Frank (Jason Robards). Delightful cast also includes Rick Moranis, Keanu Reeves, Martha Plimpton, Joaquin Phoenix. 129 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Housesitter (1992)Charming and often hilarious farce with Steve Martin as naive architect Newton Davis, who builds a suburban dream house for his long-time girlfriend, Becky (Dana Delany). After Becky turns down his marriage offer, Gwen, a wacky waitress with a penchant for lying (Goldie Hawn) moves into his home, pretends to be his wife, and insinuates her way into his family. Julie Harris, Donald Moffat co-star; directed by Frank Oz. 102 min. C/Rtg: PG Sgt. Bilko (1996)Motor pool master sergeant Ernie Bilko (Steve Martin) was never at a loss for a scheme to turn the resources of his backwater Army base into fast cash, and always under the nose of ever-oblivious Col. Hall (Dan Aykroyd). The party might finally be over, though, as the Inspector General's office pays a visit-and the investigator in charge (Phil Hartman) is an old rival out to shut Bilko down for keeps. Laugh-filled translation of the popular '50s TV series co-stars Glenne Headly, Chris Rock. 95 min. C/Rtg: PG Bowfinger (1999)Funny and affecting Hollywood fable featuring (and written by) Steve Martin as down-and-out producer Robert Bowfinger, whose new low-budget sci-fi epic, "Chubby Rain," stars action hero Kit Ramsay (Eddie Murphy). The problem is that Kit doesn't realize he's in the film, as Bowfinger and crew film him secretly, and that his geeky brother (also played by Murphy) has been recruited to be his stand-in. Heather Graham, Christine Baranski, and Jamie Kennedy also star. 97 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 It's Complicated (2009)A decade of divorce behind them, successful Santa Barbara bakeshop owner Jane Adler (Meryl Streep) and her married ex-husband, Jake (Alec Baldwin), unexpectedly reconnect at their son's graduation, leading to a torrid affair. Now, Jane will have to decide if she wants to be Jake's "other woman" or if she has a future with the charming architect (Steve Martin) she's hired to redesign her kitchen. John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, Rita Wilson co-star in writer/director Nancy Meyers' delightful romantic comedy. 121 min. C/Rtg: R
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Six-disc set includes: The Jerk (1979)Beloved standup comedian and former TV gag writer Steve Martin's first starring film role was as gullible, dimwitted-but likable-gas station attendant Navin R. Johnson. Follow Navin's hilarious journey from his humble beginnings in a Southern shanty to wealthy eyeglass innovator and back to poverty. Bernadette Peters and Jackie Mason co-star in this wild collection of pratfalls and sight gags from director Carl Reiner and co-scripter Martin. 94 min. C/Rtg: R Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982)Laugh... or Steve Martin will blow your lips off. He's a private detective called on to solve a mystery that involves a lovely femme fatale (Rachel Ward). While on the case he meets up with such famous 1940s faces as Alan Ladd, Barbara Stanwyck, Humphrey Bogart and Fred MacMurray from such film classics as "The Bribe," "White Heat," "Double Indemnity," and more. 89 min. BW/Rtg: PG The Lonely Guy (1984)Having caught his girlfriend in flagrante, Manhattan greeting card writer Larry Hubbard (Steve Martin) was back in the dating pool... and sinking fast. His new romantic struggles have him becoming the author of a hit self-help book on love... and in pursuit of a Ms. Right (Judith Ivey) who keeps getting away. Hilarious and bittersweet farce inspired by Bruce Jay Friedman's "The Lonely Guy's Book of Life" co-stars Charles Grodin, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, and some surprising cameos. 91 min. C/Rtg: R Parenthood (1989)Warm, wise, and wonderful ensemble comedy from Ron Howard celebrates the eternal parent-child relationship through the ups and downs of the Buckman family: hard-working father-of-three Gil (Steve Martin), his wife Karen (Mary Steenburgen), his divorced sister Helen (Dianne Wiest), gambler younger brother Larry (Tom Hulce), and acerbic family patriarch Frank (Jason Robards). Delightful cast also includes Rick Moranis, Keanu Reeves, Martha Plimpton, Joaquin Phoenix. 129 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Housesitter (1992)Charming and often hilarious farce with Steve Martin as naive architect Newton Davis, who builds a suburban dream house for his long-time girlfriend, Becky (Dana Delany). After Becky turns down his marriage offer, Gwen, a wacky waitress with a penchant for lying (Goldie Hawn) moves into his home, pretends to be his wife, and insinuates her way into his family. Julie Harris, Donald Moffat co-star; directed by Frank Oz. 102 min. C/Rtg: PG Sgt. Bilko (1996)Motor pool master sergeant Ernie Bilko (Steve Martin) was never at a loss for a scheme to turn the resources of his backwater Army base into fast cash, and always under the nose of ever-oblivious Col. Hall (Dan Aykroyd). The party might finally be over, though, as the Inspector General's office pays a visit-and the investigator in charge (Phil Hartman) is an old rival out to shut Bilko down for keeps. Laugh-filled translation of the popular '50s TV series co-stars Glenne Headly, Chris Rock. 95 min. C/Rtg: PG Bowfinger (1999)Funny and affecting Hollywood fable featuring (and written by) Steve Martin as down-and-out producer Robert Bowfinger, whose new low-budget sci-fi epic, "Chubby Rain," stars action hero Kit Ramsay (Eddie Murphy). The problem is that Kit doesn't realize he's in the film, as Bowfinger and crew film him secretly, and that his geeky brother (also played by Murphy) has been recruited to be his stand-in. Heather Graham, Christine Baranski, and Jamie Kennedy also star. 97 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 It's Complicated (2009)A decade of divorce behind them, successful Santa Barbara bakeshop owner Jane Adler (Meryl Streep) and her married ex-husband, Jake (Alec Baldwin), unexpectedly reconnect at their son's graduation, leading to a torrid affair. Now, Jane will have to decide if she wants to be Jake's "other woman" or if she has a future with the charming architect (Steve Martin) she's hired to redesign her kitchen. John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, Rita Wilson co-star in writer/director Nancy Meyers' delightful romantic comedy. 121 min. C/Rtg: R