Gene Autry stars in "Git Along, Little Dogies" (1937), about an oil well being drilled in the middle of cattle country. Next, Al St. John, Snub Pollard and Chester Conklin lend comic relief to "Sing, Cowboy, Sing" (1937), with Tex Ritter headin' the bad guys off at the pass who've just robbed a wagon train. The rare featurized version of the 1938 serial "The Lone Ranger," "Hi-Yo, Silver" (1940) includes narration to tell the story of the masked man, his Indian sidekick, and their battle with ruthless marauders in post-Civil War Texas. With Lee Powell, Chief Thundercloud. Finally, a stranger en route to the West Coast stops in a small Kansas town where he's "elected" marshal and must battle a villainous banker out to run the town, in "The Kansan" (1943). Richard Dix, Jane Wyatt star. 4 1/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.