Actress Luise Rainer, whose brief Hollywood tenure earned her two Academy Awards, shines in this triple feature. When the battle between rival taxi companies in New York turns deadly, cabbie Spencer Tracy must fight to save immigrant wife Rainer from being deported, in the drama "Big City" (1937), co-starring Charley Grapewin and featuring cameos by Jack Dempsey and other athletes. Rainer and William Powell are spies in pre-WWI Eastern Europe who vie with each other for valuable documents hidden inside "The Emperor's Candlesticks" (1937). Glossy melodrama also stars Robert Young, Maureen O'Sullivan, Frank Morgan. And Rainer plays a scheming Southern belle in antebellum Louisiana who steals sister Barbara O'Neil's beau (Melvyn Douglas) and weds him, only to be wooed away by an old flame (Young), in "The Toy Wife" (1938). AKA: "Frou Frou." 4 1/3 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.