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Craig's Wife (1936) was a Drama Film directed by Dorothy Arzner and produced by Edward Chodorov.

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on Jun 4, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is celebrating the great Rosalind Russell with a blogathon running on June 4th to the 6th. John Boles, Rosalind Russell After two years of marriage, Walter Craig played by John Boles is still besotted with his lovely wife Harriet played by... Read full article

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"Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on May 13, 1951 with Rosalind Russell reprising her film role.
Although Stephen Goosson is credited as the art director for the film, he was actually fired by director Dorothy Arzner early in production. To replace him, she hired William Haines, who had only art directed one previous film, and had no apparent desire to pursue a career in film art direction; he had a thriving business as an interior decorator to the stars.
The original Broadway production of "Craig's Wife' by George Kelly opened on October 12, 1925 at the Morosco Theater, ran for 360 performances and won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1926.
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