Films of Edgar G. Ulmer. Edgar G. Ulmer apprenticed with F. W. Murnau to become a talented director in his own right and is remembered for his striking visual style. Blacklisted from the major Hollywood Studios he spent much of his career directing low-budget films on poverty row. This three disc set includes three features directed by Ulmer as well as eight short subjects that he worked on as director or art director. Disc One - DAMAGED LIVES (1933) - The first feature Ulmer directed in North America. This film details the impact of a venereal disease on an otherwise happy couple. Shot in Hollywood for the Canadian Social Hygiene Council, it was premiered in Toronto. At last the complete version. DAMAGED LIVES - SUPPLEMENT - In this lecture film that followed Damaged Lives, Dr. Gordon Bates discusses the female reproductive system as well as the venereal diseases gonorrhea and syphilis, their transmission and their horrific effects if untreated. ANOTHER TO CONQUER (1941) -A story depicting Native Americans' struggle against Tuberculosis. Disc Two. FROM NINE TO NINE (1936) - This very rare Ulmer film features Ruth Roland in her last role alongside Roland Drew in a mystery about murder, blackmail and stolen jewels. Three fiction shorts teaching about Tuberculosis prevention. CLOUD IN THE SKY, THEY DO COME BACK, GOODBYE, MR. GERM. Disc Three COSSACKS IN EXILE (1938) - A screen adaptation of the Ukrainian Operetta of the same name. Three short subjects - (THE ARMY HIT KIT) PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA (1943) with Ann Corio - color, 7 minutes. WAY DOWN SOUTH (1930) with Giuseppe Creatore and his Band - 10 minutes. LET MY PEOPLE LIVE (1938) Sponsored by the National Tuberculosis Association - 13 minutes.