This special collection of four action-packed features comes out of the gate strong and doesn't let up until the credits roll. In "Hurricane Express" (1932) John Wayne plays a detective going after a killer who can change his face and identity at will. "Fire Alarm" (aka "Flames," 1932) finds Johnny Mack Brown and George Cooper playing firefighters who fall for the gals they rescue. "Dark Mountain" (1944) has Robert Lowry playing a forest ranger trying to get a pretty damsel out from under the thumb of hermobster husband. And "Boys' Reformatory" (1939), has Frankie Darro getting mixed up with the law to protect his brother. All four films are great escapist fun.