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Harriet Craig (1950) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by William Dozier.

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Joan Crawford: Possessed, The Damned Don’t Cry, Harriet Craig

By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 9, 2023 From 4 Star Films

In our ongoing exploration of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis’s filmographies, here are three more films building on Crawford’s renewed critical success in the 1940s after Mildred Pierce (1945) and Humoresque (1946). Possessed opens with Joan Crawford wandering the city streets past cable... Read full article

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Walter Craig: Wives may be a little extra trouble now and then, but they're mighty handy gadgets to have around the house.

Harriet Craig: No man's born ready for marriage; he has to be trained.

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The original Broadway play "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 and is the screenplay source for this film.
In this film, Harriet recounts to several people her negative experiences having to work in a laundry in her youth. In her own life, Joan Crawford also had to work in a laundry in her youth because of her family's poverty, and hated it. Crawford's adopted daughter Christina theorized that this hatred led to the famous "wire hangers" incident described by her in 'Mommie Dearest.'
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