Have you ever seen a Will Rogers movie you didn't like? This four-disc collection includes "Ambassador Bill" (1931), which mixes frontier slapstick with political satire when cattleman Rogers is appointed U.S. ambassador to a tiny European country. Tad Alexander, Marguerite Churchill, Ray Milland co-star. Rogers reprises his silent role of the tramp Jubilo in "Too Busy to Work" (1932), returning home from the war to find his family missing. Dick Powell, Louise Beavers also star. The bank takes possession of the family farm belonging to "Mr. Skitch" (1933), so he (Rogers) and his wife (ZaSu Pitts) pack up their brood and head off on a hilarious trip to Hollywood. Florence Desmond, Rochelle Hudson also star. Finally, Rogers plays "David Harum" (1934), a banker whose horse-trading rivalry with Charles Middleton takes a surprising turn when he lands a horse that only wins when Rogers sings to him! Louise Dresser, Stepin Fetchit also star. 5 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.