Description courtesy of Facets
"Two rare classics from the master of all things subversive and surreal in the cinema. The set includes Gran Casino (Mexico, 1947, 92 mins., Spanish with English subtitles), the first feature film by Buuel to be made during his stint in Mexico. This musical western is standard genre fare, but Jorge Negrete and Libertad Lamarque give spirited performances, and the zany plot--part gangster film, part adventure musical--is undeniably lively. The Young One (Mexico/USA, 1960, 95 mins., in English) is a powerful work about racism and sexual exploitation. A northern black jazz clarinetist (Bernie Hamilton) fleeing from false rape charges turns up on a small island off the Carolina coast and finds himself being hunted by a game warden (Zachary Scott). The sheriff's racial bigotry flares openly, though he is concealing his own perverse sexual fixation on a beautiful young nymphet (Kay Meersman). 'A film that is realistically simple in all its parts, and realistically complex in its total picture of life and people' (Newsweek)."
This 2-disc set, which I believe I once referenced earlier, is now available. The highly informative audio commentaries -- Casino (Phillip Kemp), Young (Peter Evans/Isabel Santaolalla) -- are provided as extra features.
*Note: the discs are (officially) mislabeled.