This collection of four films from legendary writer/director Preston Sturges includes: "Sullivan's Travels" (1941) - Preston Sturges' gem of Hollywood self-satire stars Joel McCrea as a filmmaker who tires of comedies and light entertainment and wants to make "meaningful" tales of human suffering. "The Lady Eve" (1941) - Two con artists set out to scam a naive tycoon, but one of them screws up the works when she falls in love with the rich, unsuspecting fellow. "Christmas in July" (1940) - A man enters contests hoping to win big money. He thinks he's hit the jackpot when his friends send him a fake telegram saying he's won $25,000.00. "The Great Moment" (1944) - Joel McCrea stars in this biopic about 19th century dentist W.T. Morgan, who pioneered the use of ether as anaesthesia.
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