Nick Grinde earned his place in film history for directing Ronald Reagan’s first feature (Love Is on the Air), but this Columbia B from 1940 sounds intriguing—it’s an exploitation film cum social expose about a politician’s daughter (Ann Dvorak) who disguises herself as a hobo to investigate the plight of displaced women. Also on the program: Ken Kwapis’s Road Movie, a three-minute distillation of the genre, and The Great Depression, a 1934 documentary on the unemployed in downtown Chicago.