Bob Steele is mighty burned up when he's framed for a sagebrush slaying...so he breaks jail to set after the genuine bushwhackers and bring them to prairie justice, in "Man from Hell's Edges" (1932). Lou Gehrig, made his only film appearance in the B-oater "Rawhide" (1938), about an ex-ballplayer who heads out West to start a ranch, only to meet with opposition from some crooked cattlemen. Smith Ballew co-stars. "Colorado" (1940) is a fast-paced look at a U.S. Army officer sent to Denver to stop a series of Indian uprisings during the Civil War. Roy Rogers, "Gabby" Hayes star. And, "The Carson City Kid" (1940) is an exciting Roy Rogers outing about a notorious badman who pursues a cunning, ruthless gambler who murdered his brother. Hayes and Steele co-star. 3 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.