Turner Classic Movies and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment introduce a new DVD line to the TCM Vault Collection, premiering with The Jean Arthur Comedy Collection. The Jean Arthur Comedy Collection presents four rarely-seen rediscoveries from her early years at Columbia, appearing for the first time on DVD, digitally restored and re-mastered. This comedy collection is a must have for all classic film lovers. (The Public Menace, 1935) A fast-paced crime comedy, The Public Menace teams Arthur as a manicurist with a brash newspaper reporter (George Murphy) who needs her help in solving the disappearance of a racketeer. (The Impatient Years, 1936) Jean Arthur is paired with Lee Bowman in the comedy-drama about wartime newlyweds and the complications that result from whirlwind romances. (Adventure In Manhattan, 1936) A breezy comedy-mystery featuring Joel McCrea as a renowned criminologist newspaper writer who boasts the ability to predict crimes before they happen. Jean Arthur plays an actress who puts one over on him. (More Than A Secretary, 1944) This romantic film depicts the complications that ensue when Arthur falls in love with her boss (George Brent) and competes with the office flirt for his affection.