In "Man of the World" (1931), Carole Lombard is an American girl in Paris who's romanced by a sophisticated writer (William Powell) who turns out to be an extortionist out to get her uncle's fortune. "We're Not Dressing" (1934) stars Bing Crosby as a deckhand on a ship full of high-society types who gets to give the orders when the vessel shipwrecks on a South Seas island. Lombard, George Burns and Gracie Allen co-star; songs include "May I?" and "It's a Lie." "Hands Across the Table" (1935) features Lombard as a manicurist about to wed wealthy Ralph Bellamy when penniless playboy Fred MacMurray walks into her life. A Park Avenue gal (Lombard) must choose between two suitors (Preston Foster and Cesar Romero), in "Love Before Breakfast" (1936). "The Princess Comes Across" (1936) stars Lombard as a wannabe actress posing as a Swedish socialite on a transatlantic cruise. MacMurray co-stars. And, Lombard is a pathological liar accused of killing her boss, in the offbeat comedy "True Confession" (1937). MacMurray also stars as her lawyer hubby who must defend her. 7 2/3 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; theatrical trailer.