First, Johnny Mack Brown, at his dynamic best, goes face to face with a nasty black hat out to swipe a young woman's ranch. Johnny's heroics save the ranch and win the lady. "The Crooked Trail" (1936) co-stars Lucille Brown, John Merton. Next, in "Boothill Brigade" (1937), Brown's frontier do-gooder squares off against an evil land-grabber who is trying to take property from hard-working homesteaders. With Claire Rochelle, Dick Curtis, Horace Murphy. Then, Brown straps on his six-shooter to avenge the dastardly murder of his brother by claim jumpers. "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" (1941) also stars Fuzzy Knight, Nell O'Day, and, in an uncredited role, Kermit Maynard. Finally, Brown spends two years in prison after being falsely accused of bank robbery. After he is paroled, he teams up with sheriff Tex Ritter to track down the varmints on "The Lone Star Trail" (1943). Knight, Jennifer Holt co-star; music by The Jimmy Wakely Trio. 3 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers.