Foran's singing-cowboy stint at Warner commenced with "Moonlight on the Prairie" (1935), as a rodeo star set up for a rancher's murder. "Wild Bill" Elliott co-stars. Having witnessed his pop's murder as a boy, Dick rides to confront the killer in "Song of the Saddle" (1936). Army captain Foran has to escort a politician's daughter through Cheyenne country in "Treachery Rides the Range" (1936). Union officer Dick goes undercover against Rebel spies in "Trailin' West" (1936). Stage line boss Foran deals with competitors playing hardball in "California Mail" (1936). Texas Ranger Dick poses as a rustler to solve a murder in "Guns of the Pecos" (1937). Foran fights for put-upon homesteaders in "Land Beyond the Law" (1937). Federal agent Dick breaks a stage-robbing gang in "Blazing Sixes" (1937). Lawyer Foran sues, rather than shoots, a land grabber in "The Cherokee Strip" (1937). Framed-for-murder Dick battles the real felons in "Empty Holsters" (1937). Wrongly jailed Foran whips his fellow railroaded inmates into "The Devil's Saddle Legion" (1937). And Dick faces Kiowa rail attacks in "Prairie Thunder" (1937). 11 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono. Four-disc set.