In the musical comedy "College Humor" (1933), Bing Crosby stars as a professor who vies with a football star (Richard Arlen) for the hand of a coed (Mary Carlisle). Songs include "Learn to Croon," "Moonstruck." Bing is a deckhand on a ship populatedby high-society types who gets to give the orders when the vessel shipwrecks, in "We're Not Dressing" (1934). "May I?," "Stormy Weather" are among the tunes. A famous singer (Crosby) poses as a waiter in order to cozy up to a beautiful princess (Kitty Carlisle), in "Here Is My Heart" (1934). Songs include "June in January," "With Every Breath I Take." "Mississippi" (1935) casts Crosby as a pacifist wrongly billed as "the Singing Killer" after an accidental shooting. With W.C. Fields. Features the songs "Soon," "Down by the River." Bing stars as the eldest of three singing brothers trying to hold the family together, in "Sing You Sinners" (1938). Includes the song "Small Fry." Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald star in "Welcome Stranger" (1947), about a small town doc put off by the arrival of a younger colleague. Features the tune "Country Style." 8 1/2 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH).