The fast-paced crime comedy "The Whole Town's Talking" (1935) concerns a notorious mobster (Edward G. Robinson) who stumbles upon a meek hardware company clerk (Robinson, again) who's his spitting image, and starts exploiting the docile doppelganger as an alibi. Jean Arthur, Wallace Ford co-star. The Britain-filmed "Gideon of Scotland Yard" (1958) follows a day in the life of a hard-nosed, harried London chief inspector (Jack Hawkins) as he must deal with a rampaging killer and departmental corruption in addition to typical homelife woes. Anna Lee, Anna Massey co-star. "The Last Hurrah" (1958) is a dramatic look at political cronyism in a large Eastern city starring Spencer Tracy stars as a popular mayor who finds himself at odds with the powerful machine as he runs for re-election. With Pat O'Brien, John Carradine. Cynical Old West lawman James Stewart and hard-bitten Cavalry officer Richard Widmark must join forces to rescue a captive settler party from hostile Indians. "Two Rode Together" (1961) co-stars Shirley Jones, Linda Cristal. Five-disc set also includes "The Long Gray Line." 7 1/2 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.