First, in "Morning Glory" (1933), Katharine Hepburn earned her first Best Actress Oscar for portraying a feisty New Englander determined to be a Broadway star. With Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Adolphe Menjou. Next, in "Sylvia Scarlett" (1935), Hepburn stars with Cary Grant (in their first film together) as an embezzler's daughter whose love life is complicated when she is forced to disguise herself as a boy. Co-stars Brian Aherne, Edmund Gwenn. Then, in "Dragon Seed" (1944), Hepburn is a Chinese patriot who leads a resistance movement against Japanese forces. Features Walter Huston, Turhan Bey. In the hilarious "Without Love" (1945), sparks fly after a widow (Hepburn) rents a room to a man of science (Spencer Tracy). Keenan Wynn and Lucille Ball lend support. The film noir fave "Undercurrent" (1946) has Kate discovering that her new husband is full of dark secrets. Robert Taylor, Robert Mitchum co-star. Finally, in "The Corn Is Green" (1979), Hepburn is a British spinster teacher trying to help a brilliant young Welsh miner fulfill his potential. With Ian Saynor, Bill Fraser. 10 1/2 hrs. total on six discs. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French; bonus shorts.