Nine Lives. The World War II saga of Jan Baalsrud, a Norwegian who spent more than a month in open snow escaping the Nazis, is related with reverence, intelligence and clear subtitles.
The Doctor's Dilemma. A careful, rather too conventional interpretation of a strange and sometimes brilliant play that sheds less light on its subject than it does on the mind of Playwright Bernard Shaw, who sometimes dates but never sedates.
A Night to Remember. The R.M.S. Titanic's voyage to disaster, with all the triumphs and hysterics reported in Walter Lord's 1956 bestseller.