Claudette Colbert stars as a beautiful young woman who becomes the object of affection for the charming doctor (Richard Arlen) who rents a room in her financially troubled family's home, in "Three-Cornered Moon" (1933). Colbert and Fred MacMurray arefree-spirited young lovers who oppose the infamous 17th-century Massachusetts witch hunts, in "Maid of Salem" (1937). An American fashion designer (Colbert) is romanced by a writer (Melvyn Douglas), a playboy (Robert Young), and her hometown boyfriend (Lee Bowman), in "I Met Him in Paris" (1937). "Bluebeard's Eighth Wife" (1938) is an Ernst Lubitsch comedy with Gary Cooper as a millionaire who's gone through seven marriages and looks to make French shopgirl Colbert his next bride. A sophisticated and refined reporter (Colbert) has "No Time for Love" (1943) but reluctantly falls for a salt-of-the-earth laborer (MacMurray) anyway. And, city-bred Claudette gets more than she bargained for when she weds chicken farmer Fred and moves to the country, in "The Egg and I" (1947), with Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride. 8 3/4 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; featurette.