Best Actor Collection DVD
Best Actor CollectionDVD
And the winner is ! Catch five classic Oscar-winning performances in this five-film collection on five discs. Warner Baxter won for playing a Mexican Robin Hood in "In Old Arizona" (1928). Yul Brynner re-created his stage triumph in "The King and I" (1956). Nobody but George C. Scott could have embodied the controversial General "Patton" (1970) in the Best Picture winner. But Art Carney only got to play the retiree on a cross-country odyssey in "Harry and Tonto" (1974) after James Cagney and Danny Kaye passed. Finally, Michael Douglas headlines Oliver Stone's indictment of "Wall Street" (1987).