Editor's NoteThis four pack from the folks at Turner Classic Movies caters to fans of screen legend Burt Lancaster (1913-94), with a quartet of the actor's most popular and critically acclaimed movies. First up is the 1983 LOCAL HERO, a whimsical comedy by director Bill Forsyth with Lancaster as a Texas oil magnate captivated by the charms of a Scotch fishing village. Next on the bill is John Frankenheimer's 1964 SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, with Lancaster as a paranoid general who attempts a takeover of the U.S. government. The 1973 EXECUTIVE ACTION dramatizes a scenario inspired by the murder of John F. Kennedy, with Lancaster, Robert Ryan and Will Geer as right-wing conspirators who arrange a presidential assassination. Finally, 1950's THE FLAME AND THE ARROW (by Jacques Tourneur stars Lancaster as the rebel leader of a medieval Italian village.