Being a wise consumer can pay off. If you're a Carole Lombard fan (and since you're here, you probably are), you now can acquire 10 of her features for a probable bargain price (bids begin at $9.99). And the collection includes Carole's return to comedy with 1941's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" with Robert Montgomery.
Six of them are from the 2006 set "Carole Lombard: The Glamour Collection," containing three of the four films she made with Fred MacMurray, the Bing Crosby songfest "We're Not Dressing," her 1931 drama "Man Of The World" with soon-to-be husband William Powell and the Universal comedy "Love Before Breakfast":
The three remaining films, unlike "Mr. & Mrs, Smith" (which has some extras) are taken from public domain sources; one of them, "My Man Godfrey," is colorized, so I can't guarantee their quality.
On the other hand, you probably won't be paying much for them.
As noted earlier, the opening bid for this 10-pack is $9.99; the auction is scheduled to end at 9:25 p.m. (Eastern) Sunday. The DVDs are said to be in good condition.
If you're interested in them, visit https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carole-Lombard-DVD-Lot-Mr-Mrs-Smith-Nothing-Sacred-My-Man-Godfrey-etc/402258439697?hash=item5da878ae11:g:zdwAAOSw6yBesbPD.