A Broadway power couple (Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald) is ready to take its talents to Hollywood, but a panicking impresario (Frank Morgan) will do anything to stop them, in "Sweethearts" (1938). Ray Bolger, Florence Rice co-star; score includes "Every Lover Must Meet His Fate," "Game of Love." An antebellum plantation heiress (MacDonald) learns that her new slave laborer (Eddy) is really a rebellious noble out to liberate the region's bondservants, in "New Moon" (1940). Mary Boland, George Zucco co-star; score includes "Lover Come Back," "Stout Hearted Men." A young Viennese soprano (MacDonald) and her music teacher/lover (Eddy) struggle to launch her career, but the designs of her nobleman patron (George Sanders) may foment tragedy, in "Bitter Sweet" (1940). Ian Hunter, Felix Bressart co-star; score includes "I'll See You Again," "Kiss Me." A playboy banker (Eddy) thinks he's found his dream girl in a humble secretary (MacDonald), but is she (literally) an angel in disguise? The duo's final vehicle, "I Married an Angel" (1942), co-stars Reginald Owen, Binnie Barnes. 6 2/3 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.