Now this is a collection!

On May 29, Warner Home Video and Turner Classic Movies will honor one of Hollywood's legendary "grand dames" on the anniversary of her 100th birthday (May 12) with the debut of the TCM Spotlight: Katharine Hepburn Collection. The Collection includes six films never on DVD before -- The Corn is Green, Dragon Seed, Morning Glory, Sylvia Scarlett, Undercurrent and Without Love.

The TCM Spotlight: Katharine Hepburn Collection features the beloved screen legend in some of her most memorable roles, and will also include special features such as Oscar®-nominated vintage shorts and classic cartoons. The films will be available together in a collectible gift set for $59.92 SRP, or individually at $19.97 SRP.

Film Breakdown:

The Corn is Green (1978)

Katharine Hepburn stars in director George Cukor's exquisite television version of Emlyn Williams' beloved play about a dedicated teacher who is determined to make a difference in an early 1900s Welsh mining community.

Dragon Seed (1944)

Hepburn headlines this dramatic saga of the World War II Chinese war effort, playing heroic Chinese peasant woman Jade in this adaptation of the bestseller by Pearl S. Buck.

Morning Glory (1933)

Hepburn earned the first of four Best Actress Academy Awards® for her portrayal of stage-struck Eva Lovelace. The story of an innocent country girl who seeks fame and fortune on Broadway, Eva's story encompasses setbacks, human frailties and courage, talent and triumph.

Sylvia Scarlett (1936)

Hepburn's gender-bending dual roles as Sylvia and Sidney caused consternation then, but today the film finds an avid cult following. And Cary Grant's performance as a ne'er-do-well cockney con artist gave him a role that showcased for the first time his wider talents.

Undercurrent (1946)

Newlywed Ann Garroway (Katharine Hepburn) is blinded by happiness, unable to see the true nature of her husband (Robert Taylor). She overlooks the menace that creeps into his words and trusts him when he says his mysterious, long-unseen brother (Robert Mitchum) is a psychopath.

Without Love (1945)

Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn team up in the romantic comedy Without Love, playing a couple doing their part for the wartime lodging crunch by sharing her Washington DC home.

Evan Jacobs