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Keeper of the Flame (1942) RARE DVD

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Keeper of the Flame (1942) Spencer Tracy, Katherine Hepburn

Director: George Cukor

Co-stars: Forrest Tucker, Howard da Silva

100 minutes, Black and White

Region 0 or FREE so DVD will play worldwide

DVD comes with custom professional disc artwork!!

This is an offbeat gothic drama with elements of mystery with compelling performances by Tracy and Hepburn. Tracy, a war correspondent, is assigned to write the life story of Robert V. Forrest (never seen), an American patriot who has died in an accident, driving his car through an open bridge. The widow, Hepburn, has shut herself up in a great house, becoming a recluse, yet Tracy is able to penetrate her mourning state and gets her to talk about her hero husband. She agrees to help Tracy reconstruct her husband's life. Tracy begins to feel that all is not right when he overhears Hepburn carrying on a conversation with Hickman that makes him suspect that she had a hand in her husband's death. Slowly, working on Hepburn, he unravels the true nature of the greatly admired deceased man. He was no hero at all and this is evident when Tracy follows Hepburn to a private retreat on the estate, one which reveals the dead man's love for fascism, not democracy. Here Hepburn admits the real insidious nature of her husband. Tracy accuses her of murdering her spouse, which she denies. But she does admit that she knew that the bridge was out and purposely failed to warn him, preferring to have him die than to go on living and attempting to build a neo-fascist organization. She wishes to preserve the good name of her dead husband and so she sets fire to the retreat, dying in the flames while Tracy survives to write the true story.