Includes: "The Corn Is Green (1979)" - Katherine Hepburn recreates the role originally played by Betty Davis - of schoolteacher Lilly Moffat. She is horrified by the conditions - and the children's lack of knowledge. When she tries to set up shop and start giving basic classes, the locals object. A woman of moxy, she pushes ahead, setting up her own school in her home. Over the course of the film, one special student shines - progressing from classroom bully to studious pupil. "Dragon Seed" - Film version of popular book by Peal S. Buck about the Japanese occupation of China during WWII. The focus is on the impact that the occupation had on local families. In the end, an heroic young woman leads the local farm people in a revolt. "Morning Glory" - Katherine Hepburn won her first Academy Award(R) as Best Actress in this, just her third film performance. The great Hepburn stars as Eva Lovelace, a girl from a New England country town who has but one burning ambition: to be a successful stage actress. "Morning Glory" is a must-see for all Hepburn fans! "Sylvia Scarlett" - Henry Scarlett escapes from France and travels to England along with his daughter Sylvia who, to avoid exposure, masks herself as a boy "Sylvester." After a brief career in crime, they meet a sexy housemaid who joins them in their new adventure. Surprisingly, no one discovers that she's a he, until she meets artist Michael Fane... "Undercurrent" - A professor's daughter marries an industrialist and is frightened by the mystery surrounding his brother. Based on the novel "You Were There" by Thelma Strabel. "Without Love" - In World War II Washington DC, scientist Pat Jamieson's assistant, Jamie Rowan, enters a loveless marriage with him. Struggles bring them closer together.
DVD Special Features: Presented in Black & White, Fascinating Short Subjects, Delightful Classic Cartoons
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Mono