The romance between a pilot (Humphrey Bogart) and an heiress (Dorothy Mackaill) is threatened when she learns that she's flat broke and being secretly supported by her financial advisor (Hale Hamilton) who's eager to marry her, in "Love Affair" (1932). Then, in "Knock on Any Door" (1949), a bootstrap criminal defense attorney (Bogart) must help a kid (John Derek) from his old neighborhood who's been accused of killing a cop. Believing his wife died in a Japanese concentration camp and unaware of the daughter she bore, an Air Corps hero (Bogart) finds both in a post-war Tokyo and is forced to fly war criminals out of the country to protect them, in "Tokyo Joe" (1949). With Florence Marly. "Sirocco" (1951) stars Bogey as a gun-runner in war-torn 1920s Syria trying to play rival forces against each other. Lee J. Cobb co-stars. And, in his last film, Bogart is a sportswriter-turned-press agent who learns how fighters are manipulated when he's hired by a crooked boxing promoter. "The Harder They Fall" (1956) also stars Rod Steiger and ring greats Max Baer and Jersey Joe Walcott. 7 2/3 hrs. total on five discs. Standard/Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; photo gallery; more.