Housewife Overview:

Housewife (1934) was a Drama Film directed by Alfred E. Green and produced by Jack L. Warner and Robert Lord.

BlogHub Articles:

Book Review--Tales of a Hollywood Housewife: A Memoir by the First Mrs. Lee Marvin

By KC on Aug 7, 2013 From Classic Movies

Tales of a Hollywood Housewife: A Memoir by the First Mrs. Lee Marvin iUniverse Betty Marvin, 2010 When I reviewed the marvelous Lee Marvin: Point Blank earlier this summer, I was especially charmed by the stories told about him by his first wife, Betty Marvin. She was the most important voice in ... Read full article

Ann Dvorak Bests Bette Davis Again (and she's "just a housewife")

By FlickChick on Jun 17, 2013 From A Person in the Dark

Housewife (1934) Sadly, this advertisement is more interesting than the film. "Housewife," a Warner Brothers factory product of 1934, is pretty much a stinker (but not, as Bette Davis referred to it years later, "a horror"). Bette probably hated it because her part, as the vampish bachelor-career... Read full article

Housewife (1934).

By Dawn Sample on Apr 23, 2013 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Housewife (1934). Drama. Directed by Alfred E. Green. Ann Dvorak, George Brent and Bette Davis. Nan Reynolds, tries to run a household on her lazy, self centered husband Bill's small salary as an office manager. She wants him to find a better paying job, but he does not seem to want to better himse... Read full article


By RBuccicone on Mar 26, 2013 From MacGuffin Movies

Housewife (1934) In the olden days, women stayed at home, raised the kids, planned parties and didn’t ask what their husbands had been up to when they were “working late.” The subject made a great movie in the form of 1936′s?Wife vs. Secretary, but in 1934 it did not make for... Read full article

Housewife Superstar

By Muscato on Jan 19, 2010 From Caf? Muscato

Oh, dear - time in its flight; Edith Bunker is 87 years old today. Rather, of course, the great lady who played her, Jean Stapleton, has reached that great age.All in the Family and being Edith may have been what made Stapleton a household name, but real Jeanketeers love her best as another memorabl... Read full article

See all Housewife articles

Quotes from

Patricia 'Pat' Berkeley: Well, I've done alright. I suddenly found out I had some brains and decided to use them.

read more quotes from Housewife...

Facts about

Both Lee Phelps (Court Clerk) and Lester Dorr (Chauffeur) are in studio records/casting call lists for their roles, but they did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie.
read more facts about Housewife...
Share this page:
Visit the Classic Movie Hub Blog CMH
Also directed by Alfred E. Green

More about Alfred E. Green >>
Also produced by Jack L. Warner

More about Jack L. Warner >>
Also released in 1934

See All 1934 films >>