Other notable DVDs available now include:
* Shoot the Piano Player (Unrated, Criterion) Filmmaker Francois Truffaut's 1960 film -- a blend of film noir, love story and eccentric humor -- is supplemented by interviews new and old with star Charles Aznavour and the director and is accompanied by expert commentary reinforcing just how great this masterpiece of French New Wave is.
* Disney Rarities -- Celebrated Shorts, 1920s-1960s (G, Disney) Part of Disney's "Treasures" series of collectible DVDs -- which also offers new anthologies of Donald Duck cartoons, along with episodes of "The Adventures of Spin and Marty," "Elfego Baca" and "The Swamp Fox" -- this two-disc set features one-of-a-kind shorts such as the 1953 Oscar-winning "Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom."
* Jackass: The Box Set (Unrated, MTV) From the notorious TV series, the five-disc set (including the never-released Volume 1 and a disc of extras) features Johnny Knoxville and his band of masochistic brothers performing stupid, but compulsively watchable, tricks such as swallowing -- then vomiting up -- a live goldfish. A milestone in cultural history it's not, but try not to look.
DVDs available Tuesday include:
* The 40-Year-Old Virgin (Available in unrated and R-rated versions, Universal)
* Sin City: Recut, Extended, Unrated (Unrated, Dimension)
* Valiant (G, Disney)
* Roll Bounce (PG-13, Fox)