Cocky young sailor Montgomery sets course for a challenging courtship of admiral's daughter Dorothy Jordan in "Shipmates" (1931). Bailiff Robert is "The Man in Possession" (1931) of broke heiress Irene Purcell's goods, but can't help falling for her. Society girl Tallulah Bankhead strings working-class boyfriend Montgomery along, at least until she blows her own fortune, in the drama "Faithless" (1932). Struggling playwright Montgomery finds a patron, and perhaps more, in wealthy Madge Evans in the romance "Lovers Courageous" (1932). "...But the Flesh Is Weak" (1932) casts Montgomery and C. Aubrey Smith as a father-son gigolo team, with Robert having to choose between his intended target and true love. Press agent/power broker Montgomery saves the life and career of despairing actress Sally Eilers in "Made on Broadway" (1933). A flush of success goes to formerly starving painter Robert's head, to girlfriend Rosalind Russell's dismay, in "Live, Love and Learn" (1937). Bootlegger-turned-legit distiller Montgomery learns he's a British noble in the drama "The Earl of Chicago" (1940). 10 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.