Jack Nicholson co-wrote and directed "Drive, He Said" (1971), an affecting comedy/drama based on the novel by Jeremy Larner (who also co-wrote). A college basketball star (William Tepper) is offered the opportunity to quit school and turn pro while his friend and roommate (Michael Margotta) tries to avoid being sent to Vietnam by convincing the draft board he's crazy. Karen Black co-stars as the professor's wife Tepper is having a secret affair with. And, "A Safe Place" (1971), Henry Jaglom's feature film debut, stars Tuesday Weld as a disturbed young woman whose inability to cope with reality forces her to retreat into her own fantasy world controlled by a mysterious magician (Orson Welles). Nicholson, Phil Proctor co-star. Nine-disc set also includes "Head," "Easy Rider," "Five Easy Pieces," "The Last Picture Show," and "The King of Marvin Gardens." 11 1/2 hrs. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; audio commentary; interviews; documentaries; outtakes;TV spots; radio spots; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; more.