This box set is a great reminder of why the screen couple has long endured as one of the most attractive romantic duos to ever come out of Hollywood.
The Caine Mutiny is, as Queeg suggests, carried above the level of “standard” by its excellent performances.
The commentary by Film Society of Lincoln Center program director Richard Peña and film historian Ken Bowser is more of an appreciation of the first-rate cast.
Three outtake musical numbers are smartly photographed but quite expendable.
At least the dancing is good, and Minnelli’s restless camera gooses a plodding story into liveliness.