If you want to catch all of the behind-the-scenes action on the set of this Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks film, this two-disc set will be just the ticket. A detailed documentary begins as the cast a

If you want to catch all of the behind-the-scenes action on the set of this Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks film, this two-disc set will be just the ticket. A detailed documentary begins as the cast and crew kick off the first day of the shoot, and it goes on to explore the creation of the script, the set designs, and the costumes. It also reveals that the film was shot in only 52 days and that locations changed almost daily. Director Steven Spielberg discusses casting choices in a separate feature and says that DiCaprio, in essence, hired him for the project. Viewers will learn that DiCaprio studied the real-life Frank Abagnale for three days straight to prepare, and that Christopher Walken, who plays Abagnale's father, delivered his lines differently in each take. Composer John Williams, who has collaborated with Spielberg on 20 films, is interviewed about the film's jazzy, snappy score. The real-life Frank Abagnale is in several featurettes detailing his exploits, while a retired FBI agent talks about the ease of getting away with bank crimes in the 1960s.—JK