Two-disc set includes: The Valachi Papers (1972)Based on the Peter Maas bestseller, this controversial crime drama stars Charles Bronson as real-life mob soldier Joseph Valachi. While detailing his illicit activities from 1929 to 1961 to an FBI agent, Valachi becomes the first wiseguy to violate the Mafia's code of silence, and betrays his associates and "Capo of Capos" Vito Genovese. With Lino Ventura, Jill Ireland, Walter Chiari. 125 min. C/Rtg: PG The Stone Killer (1973)Charles Bronson is a cop on the trail of crime kingpin Martin Balsam and his vicious assassination bureau. Think Harry Callahan plays dirty? Wait until you see how Bronson (just one year away from "Death Wish") gets the job done, racing against time to uncover a mob plot involving Vietnam veterans. It's cross-country mayhem and nonstop action! Jack Colvin, Norman Fell, and Stuart Margolin co-star. 115 min. C/Rtg: R Hard Times (1975)A drifter (Charles Bronson) blows into Depression-era New Orleans, and impresses a sleazy promoter (James Coburn) into backing him in the underground bare-knuckle fight circuit. He demolishes the local competition, but can he deal with the big money's imported talent? Gritty and bruising directorial bow for Walter Hill co-stars Jill Ireland, Strother Martin. 94 min. C/Rtg: PG Breakout (1975)Charles Bronson is at his daring best in this lighthearted actioner, portraying Nick Colton, a reckless Texas bush pilot hired by a woman (Jill Ireland) to land a chopper in a South American prison complex to rescue her wrongfully imprisoned husband (Robert Duvall). Loosely based on an actual 1971 incident, the film co-stars John Huston, Randy Quaid, Sheree North, Alejandro Rey; directed by Tom Gries ("Helter Skelter"). 97 min. C/Rtg: PG Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.