This set contains four feature films based on the novels of Zane Grey.
THE DUDE RANGER: George O'Brien stars in this rousing western as Ernest Selby, a city boy from back east who inherits a cattle ranch infested with rustlers. He rides out intending to sell the place, but sticks around to get to the bottom of things when he falls for Anne (Irene Hervey), the lovely daughter of ranch foreman Sam Hepburn (Henry Hall). Matters get more complicated when Ernest suspects Sam is behind the rustling. He needs to do some serious fighting and detective work to catch the crooks, and in the process turns from city slicker to bona fide western hero.
FIGHTING WESTERNER: In this classic western, a mining engineer and an aging sheriff must join forces to solve a series of murders which occur at an abandoned mine. Complicating matters, the mine's owner is on the verge of death, and his family hovers nearby, waiting for him to expire, to investigate the possible discovery of radium in the mine.
LIGHT OF THE WESTERN STARS: Russell Hayden started out in westerns as Hopalong Cassidy's sidekick - here he is featured, in one of his first starring roles, as a ranch foreman saved from becoming an outlaw by a beautiful woman who believes in him.
WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND: Adam Larey has been wandering the southwest for a decade in search of his father's murderers when he finally finds a clue. Spotting the cattle brand that he saw the day his father was killed, Adam finds a job in Arizona close to where he believes the guilty party lives.