I don't know whether the set I received when buying from Amazon is typical and what everybody else got. Buying secondhand, I got a flimsy piece of folded car with cut slots for the dics inside. Nothing written on this insert at all, even the printed pattern has nothing to do with what's inside. Normal technical details are on the back of the flimsy card slipcase.
But, the films really are Wayne's best and are all five starrers. I wanted 1932's Stagecoach, his breakthrough film and still a classic - enjoyable action and build up of characters, so we rally for them when they get attacked by the Indians.
Rooster Cogburn is arguably Katherine Hepburn's film, in the same way that she dominated Humphrey Bogart in The African Queen. But the relationship here, from what it was to what it becomes is the real story.
And, finally to one of John Ford's last, his ode to his ancestral Ireland, The Quiet Man. The greens are so lushly vibrant and Wayne is almost an old man. Quaint, charming and very different to the Duke's cowboy and indian days.
I paid literally a couple of pounds for my set, 18 months ago. IF you can find it at a car-boot sale or at a similar price and only want the films, not how nicely they're packaged, then this is a must, not only for fans of Wayne, but for any film-lover.