The set includes six films as I mentioned and they are as follows:
THE CASE OF THE HOWLING DOG(1934), THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS BRIDE(1935), THE CASE OF THE LUCKY LEGS(1935), THE CASE OF THE VELVET CLAWS(1936), THE CASE OF THE BLACK CAT(1936) & THE CASE OF THE STUTTERING BISHOP.
All the films are enjoyable, but I think I liked the Warren William films the best. My favorites are probably THE CASE OF THE CURIOUS BRIDE & THE CASE OF THE LUCKY LEGS, mostly because they included the great and nearly unheralded Allen Jenkins as "Spudsy", who acts as Mason's "muscle" so to speak. A fun character for sure. And as a bonus, CURIOUS BRIDE was directed by the great Michael Curtiz. That film ranks right up there with Curtiz's KENNEL MURDER CASE for me. Good stuff.
The set can be purchased at Warner Archive's shop -- HERE.
|That Caesar Romero look.|