Santa Monica, Calif. : Lions Gate Entertainment, 
Video — 3 videodiscs (ca. 448 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Attila (1954) / a film by Pietro Francisci (ca.
I girasoli = Sunflower (1970) / a film by Vittorio de Sica (ca.
Madame Sans-Gêne (1962) / a film by Christian-Jaque (ca.
Carosello Napoletano (1954) / a film by Ettore Giannini (ca.
"Attila: In this dramatic war epic, Sophia Loren promises to marry Attilla the Hun if he topples her hated brother, the Emperor of Italy, from power; I girasoli (Sunflower): After her husband is declared MIA while fighting in Russia during World War II, his widow searches records and cemeteries, only to learn he is alive and remarried; Madame Sans-Gêne: Sophia Loren, the outspoken, rambunctious laundress of an unknown lieutenant, Napoleon, later becomes part of Emperor Napoleon's court when she marries a soldier elevated to Duke by the Emperor; Carosello Napoletano: A young Sophia Loren makes a guest appearance, along with some of Italy's most popular tenors of the time, in this Cannes Film Festival winner which celebrates Italian song and the city of Naples."--Container.