Not known really for his comedies, John Ford was brilliant in whatever genre he chose to work. This classic set of five includes Steamboat Round the Bend (Will Rogers. 1935/96 min.), featuring a memorable steamboat race, Judge Priest (Will Rogers 1934/80 min.), in which an easygoing Kentucky judge makes the self-righteous citizens of his town a little nervous, Doctor Bull (Will Rogers. 1933/90 min.), a tale of a self-taught small town doctor who proves a major theory about the spread of a killer disease, When Willie Comes Marching Home (Dan Dailey. 1950/90 min.), about a soldier out for glory who gets stationed in his hometown, Up the River (Spencer Tracy. 1930/90 min.) in which two convicts escape from jail to assist a former convict, and What Price Glory? (James Cagney. 1952/120 min.), an anti-war drama. 4 DVDs. Color-B&w/NR/fullscreen.