Watch Katharine Hepburn, the winner of four Best Actress Oscars and the AFI's #1 Female Screen Legend, in six of her classic films assembled for the first time in this incomparable 6-Disc Set. INDEPENDENT. INCOMPARABLE. INDISPENSABLE. Morning Glory (1933) provided Hepburn with her first Best Actress Oscar, for playing a struggling stage actress, whose setbacks and triumphs had strong parallels to her own theatrical beginnings. Without Love (1945) pais Hepburn with Spencer Tracy, who must marry her to avoid a wartime housing shortage. With Lucille Ball along for the fun, the laughs rock the room. Dragon Seed (1944), Hepburn plays a heroic Chinese peasant woman who fights against the Japanese invasion of her village during World War II. Undercurrent (1946) finds Hepburn married to a psychotic man (Robert Taylor) who is planning to kill her. Can she trust her mysterious brother-in-law (Robert Mitchum) to help? Sylvia Scarlett (1936), directed by George Cukor, Hepburn plays a con artist who disguises herself as a man to avoid arrest. It was her most controversial film and het first romantic comedy with Cary Grant. The Corn is Green (1979) reteams Cukor with Hepburn in the beloved tale of a Welsh schoolteacher who takes child laborers out of the mines and turns them into scholars.

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Dragon Seed (1944)

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Watch Katharine Hepburn, the winner of four Best Actress Oscars and the AFI's #1 Female Screen Legend, in six of her classic films assembled for the first time in this incomparable 6-Disc Set. INDEPENDENT. INCOMPARABLE. INDISPENSABLE. Morning Glory (1933) provided Hepburn with her first Best Actress Oscar, for playing a struggling stage actress, whose setbacks and triumphs had strong parallels to her own theatrical beginnings. Without Love (1945) pais Hepburn with Spencer Tracy, who must marry her to avoid a wartime housing shortage. With Lucille Ball along for the fun, the laughs rock the room. Dragon Seed (1944), Hepburn plays a heroic Chinese peasant woman who fights against the Japanese invasion of her village during World War II. Undercurrent (1946) finds Hepburn married to a psychotic man (Robert Taylor) who is planning to kill her. Can she trust her mysterious brother-in-law (Robert Mitchum) to help? Sylvia Scarlett (1936), directed by George Cukor, Hepburn plays a con artist who disguises herself as a man to avoid arrest. It was her most controversial film and het first romantic comedy with Cary Grant. The Corn is Green (1979) reteams Cukor with Hepburn in the beloved tale of a Welsh schoolteacher who takes child laborers out of the mines and turns them into scholars.

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Cast
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Katharine Hepburn

Jade Tan
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Walter Huston

Ling Tan
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Aline MacMahon

Ling Tan's Wife
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Akim Tamiroff

Wu Lien
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Turhan Bey

Lao Er Tan - Middle Son
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Hurd Hatfield

Lao San Tan - Youngest Son
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J. Carrol Naish

Japanese Kitchen Overseer
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Agnes Moorehead

Third Cousin's Wife
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Henry Travers

Third Cousin
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Robert Bice

Lao Ta Tan - Eldest Son
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Robert Lewis

Captain Sato
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Frances Rafferty

Orchid Tan - Lao Ta's Wife
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Jacqueline deWit

Wu Lien's Wife
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Clarence Lung

Fourth Cousin
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Paul E. Burns

Neighbor Shen
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Anna Demetrio

Wu Sao
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Philip Ahn

Leader of City People (uncredited)
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Albert Baldo

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Lionel Barrymore

Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
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Abner Biberman

Captain Yasuda (uncredited)
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John Bleifer

Japanese Guard (uncredited)
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Luke Chan

City Man (uncredited)
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Spencer Chan

Farmer (uncredited)
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Marlowe Chuck

Wu Lien's First Child (uncredited)
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Noel Cravat

Japanese Guard (uncredited)
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Johnny Dong

Student (uncredited)
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Claire Du Brey

Hysterical Woman (uncredited)
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Arthur Dulac

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Edward Emerson

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Frank Eng

Student (uncredited)
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Benson Fong

Sudent (uncredited)
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Harold Fong

Clerk (uncredited)
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Lee Tung Foo

Innkeeper (uncredited)
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Wing Foo

Student (uncredited)
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Paul Fung

Farmer (uncredited)
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Roland Got

Speaker with Movies (uncredited)
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Alex Havier

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Ted Hecht

Major Yohagi (uncredited)
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Al Hill

Japanese Officer (uncredited)
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David Hui

Jade's Child (uncredited)
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Percy Incion

Japanese Guard (uncredited)
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Pete G. Katchenaro

Japanese Officer (uncredited)
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Joseph Kim

Japanese Officer (uncredited)
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Paul King

Farmer (uncredited)
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Eddie Lee

City Man (uncredited)
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Norman Lee

Wu Lien's Second Child (uncredited)
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Robbie Lee

Young Farmer (uncredited)
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James B. Leong

City Man (uncredited)
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Chang Jung Lim

Farmer (uncredited)
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Emil Luna

Japanese Official (uncredited)
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Charles Lung

Japanese Diplomat (uncredited)
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Ma

Water Buffalo (uncredited)
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Abraham Mirkin

(uncredited)
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Leonard Mudie

Old Peddler Selling Poison (uncredited)
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Jay Novello

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Frank Puglia

Wu Lien's Old Clerk (uncredited)
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Jack Santos

Japanese Guard (uncredited)
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Teru Shimada

Villager (uncredited)
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Hayward Soo Hoo

Orchid's First Child (uncredited)
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Leonard Strong

Japanese Official (uncredited)
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Frank Tang

Farmer (uncredited)
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Edna Mae Tom

Chinese Woman (uncredited)
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Wei Fan Tseui

Student (uncredited)
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Irene Tso

Wu Lien's Third Child (uncredited)
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Philip Van Zandt

Japanese Guard (uncredited)
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Prince Waln

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Richard Wang

Japanese Soldier (uncredited)
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Beal Wong

Farmer / Japanese Officer (uncredited)
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Tai Ling Wong

Orchid's Second Child (uncredited)
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Victor Wong

Japanese Officer (uncredited)
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Winifred Woo

Jade's Child (uncredited)
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Richard Yee

Student (uncredited)
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Beverly Young

Orchid's Second Child (uncredited)
Crew
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Harold S. Bucquet

Director
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Jack Conway

Director
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Pearl S. Buck

Writer
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Marguerite Roberts

Writer
Disc Releases
Disc Title Front Cover

Dragon Seed

(DVD)

5/29/2007

Disc Title Front Cover

Dragon Seed

(DVD, Keep Case (Std.))

8/22/2017

Disc Title Front Cover

Dragon Seed

(DVD)

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