Before he made the movies that would forever burn him into the collective consciousness, James Dean appeared on numerous live television programs. Here, he gave some of his most nuanced and brilliant performances, performances that have rarely been seen by his millions of fans. "The Bells of Cockaigne," stars Dean as a down on his luck husband and father who is desperately trying to make a better life for his family and save his ailing son. In "I'm a Fool," Dean takes a turn in a story about a boy from the wrong side of the tracks who falls in love with the richest and prettiest girl in town, (played by Natalie Wood) and learns too late that it is better to be true to one-self. Now you can share these lost gems, and wonder at the talent of a young actor who was taken far before his time, but who went on to become a legend. Enjoy also in 'Hollywood Remembers: James Dean', a fascinating insight into the remarkable career and tragic life of one of cinema's most enduring icons.