First, in "Key Largo" (1948), gangster Edward G. Robinson takes the inhabitants of a Florida coast hotel hostage as a storm sweeps in, and engages in a battle of wills with world-weary veteran Humphrey Bogart, in John Huston's classic drama. With Lauren Bacall, Lionel Barrymore, and Oscar-winner Claire Trevor; look for Jay Silverheels as an escaped con. Next, the spry romantic farce "Designing Woman" (1957) stars Gregory Peck as a sportswriter and Bacall as a dress designer whose new marriage is strained because of their varied interests. Things get even more tense when their former beaus enter the scene. Vincente Minnelli directs; with Dolores Gray, Sam Levene, and Chuck Connors. Four-disc set also includes "Dark Passage" and "Blood Alley." Standard; Soundtrack: English.