Synopsis: A collection of eight films featuring early appearances by Hollywood stars who came to prominence in the 1970s, '80s and '90s. Alec Baldwin appears in the New York-set comedy misadventure 'Crazy Streets' (1987) in which German woman Elaine Hines (Hanna Schygulla) lands in New York determined to make her fortune as a writer. Things are not that simple, however, as Elaine accidentally holds up a wealthy couple, gaining a mink coat into the bargain. Trying to return the coat to its rightful owner, a woman called Lulu (Deborah Harry), Elaine winds up in a gangster's hideaway just as a shootout erupts, leaving her with a briefcase full of cash. More misunderstandings ensue as Elaine digs herself deeper and deeper into trouble. Sandra Bullock makes an early appearance in the crime comedy 'Me and the Mob' (1992). Struggling writer Jimmy Corona (James Lorinz) is researching a book on the mafia and his uncle Tony (Tony Darrow) has helped out by getting him a job as a henchman for a New York gangster. This first-hand experience provides great material for Jimmy's book, but when his gangster boss decides he wants the young writer to prove his loyalty by killing someone, Jimmy worries that this might be taking the research a little too far. Steve Buscemi cameos as an unhinged conspiracy theorist. Jodie Foster stars in 'Mesmerized' (1984) as an orphaned 18-year-old girl who marries a much older man in 1880s New Zealand. However, he constantly abuses her and keeps her under his thumb until, using hypnotism, she kills him. 'The Swap' (1969) is a drama starring Robert DeNiro as Sammy Nicoletti, an adult film director who is murdered. His brother Vito (Anthony Charnota) vows to find the killer and avenge Sammy's death. When Vito is released from prison he begins his own investigation, encountering deceit and blackmail. The final days of Sammy's life unfold in flashback from a party on Long Island back to the big city. As Vito draws nearer to the truth, his own life hangs precariously in the balance. Richard Gere stars in the 1975 television thriller 'Strike Force', in which three different crime stoppers - a Federal agent, a cop and a state trooper - join forces in order to smash a drugs ring in New York. 'The Boy in the Plastic Bubble' (1977) is an early film outing for John Travolta, preceding the roles in 'Saturday Night Fever' and 'Grease' that shot him to stardom. He plays a young man who was born without immunity to illnesses, and has to grow up inside a specially constructed isolation bubble. Although protected from the lethal germs of the outside world, he is still at risk from the potentially devastating complexities of human relationships. It is one relationship in particular that brings lightness into his world, alongside the realisation that he could leave his isolated existence, but that freedom may lead to death. Michelle Pfeiffer stars in the period drama 'Power, Passion and Murder' (1987) as Natica, a glamorous young actress with a glittering future in 1930s Hollywood. Despite her success, she is searching for meaning and longs to be accepted for what she is. Starved of love, she strays into an affair with a married man and, facing the moral double standard of the times, finds her career in jeopardy. Unable to deal with the prospect of losing fame and fortune, Natica puts together a dangerous plot designed to save her reputation and resurrect her failing career. Cheryl Ladd appears in the 1975 treasure hunt adventure film 'Treasure of Jamaica Reef', which stars Stephen Boyd as a cop who leads the search for a treasure-laden Spanish Galleon that sank in the Caribbean over 200 years ago after he comes into possession of a cursed map.