I initially purchased this collection to get a copy of the Sacketts but after watching all the 3 films I find it is the weaker. Conagher was for me the strongest of the offerings with Catlow a surprising second. I remember years ago catching a glimpse of Catlow on TV. I was not excited by the 50's looking hat worn by our russian friend, Mr. Brynner. So I was not inclined to watch further. That was my mistake. Perhaps it is my aging but Catlow was a very entertaining film, carried well by Richard Crenna and by Yul's great laugh. Leonard Nimoy's bad guy roll was credible. Conagher was most successful in giving a true L'amour experience. L'amour's moral sense makes itself well evident in this well acted and strong tale of life, strength and loneliness. Sam Elliot was a more mature rough guy with a heart. The Sacketts showed its TV age. It would have been better if it had been longer and the relationships and the diverse transecting events were allowed to breathe. It still was enjoyable, tho' dated. As a DVD compilation of L'amour films it is worth the surprisingly low price. I give this package 3.5 stars, 4 for Conagher, 3 for Catlow, and 2.5 for The Sacketts.