John Ford's legendary career was jumpstarted by these masterful silent epics from the 1920s. This set of five classics includes Four Sons (Don Ameche, Margaret Mann. 1920/100 min.) about a Bavarian mother with four sons who go off to fight in WWI, Hangman's House (June Collyer. 1928/70 min.), a "hanging judge's" deathbed arrangement to marry off his daughter, Three Bad Men (George O'Brien. 1926/95 min.), a tale of compassion and vengeance, Just Pals (Buck Jones. 1920/50 min.), and finally, both the US and UK versions of The Iron Horse (James Gordon. 1924/150 min.), one of his first successful Westerns. 5 DVDs. Silent. B&w/NR/fullscreen.