Wells Fargo agent Johnny Mack Brown is dispatched to bring order to an untamed town in “The Gentleman from Texas” (1946). Raymond Hatton, Christine McIntyre co-star. Brown rides to rescue a stage passenger from a prison escapee’s vengeance in “Trailing Danger” (1947). Peggy Wynne co-stars. After his buddy’s killed, cowhand Johnny vows to get those responsible in “Land of the Lawless” (1947). Tristram Coffin co-stars. Mistaken for a corrupt mayor’s hired gun, Brown deals out justice his way in “The Law Comes to Gunsight” (1947). Reno Browne co-stars. Johnny goes after a bought-off sheriff who’s behind a range war in “Code of the Saddle” (1947). Kay Morley co-stars. Brown bring his “Flashing Guns” (1947) to the aid of a rancher hornswoggled out of his mortgage. Jan Bryant co-stars. Johnny’s the “Frontier Agent” (1948) sent by the telegraph company to rope and throw saboteurs. Kenneth MacDonald co-stars. Lawman Brown looks to prove a dying fugitive’s claim of innocence in “The Fighting Ranger” (1948). Christine Larsen co-stars. Finally, Johnny’s “The Sheriff of Medicine Bow” (1948) out to show that a gold strike is bona fide. Max Terhune co-stars. 8 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.