50 old mysteries for less than $15.00 is a good deal. However, most of them are unwatchable. Sound tracks are poor, they weren't filmed that well in the first place, and, despite nostalgaic warm feelings for "Bulldog Drummond," "Mr. Moto," Boris Karlof mysteries, etc., the stories are pretty lame and just don't make it. An occasional Edward G. Robinson and John Garfield Movie had some appeal. Orson Welles' "The Stranger" was very good. And some of the original Basil Rathbone "Sherlock Holmes" films were fun (if you're a fan). But out of the 50, lucky if you find 10-15 you can watch all the way through.