Harriet Craig / Columbia Pictures presents ; screenplay by Anne Froelick and James Gunn ; produced by William Dozier ; directed by Vincent Sherman.
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Series InformationSony Pictures choice collection.
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|Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library||DVD HARRIET (DRAMA) (Text)||39206020911127||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 
Title from container.
Based on the 1926 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Craig's wife by George Kelly. Remake of the 1937 Columbia film Craig's wife.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1950.
Special features: Ben Mankiewicz video introduction; publicity stills; scene stills; behind-the scenes photos; movie posters; lobby cards; TCMDb article.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Director of photography, Joseph Walker ; film editor, Viola Lawrence ; musical score, George Duning ; musical director, Morris Stoloff.
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Joan Crawford, Wendell Corey, Lucile Watson, Allyn Joslyn, William Bishop, K.T. Stevens, Viola Roache, Raymond Greenleaf, Ellen Corby.
Harriet Craig, to all outward appearances, is a devoted wife and homemaker. But beneath the surface of her meticulously kept, richly appointed mansion, Harriet is a neurotic perfectionist and a stickler for absolute cleanliness. Her servants are kept on their toes by her shrewish orders and she will stop at nothing to ensure no one upsets the status quo of her complacent life with her husband Walter. When it appears that Walter will be promoted and travelling abroad on business, Harriet springs into action to squelch his plans. Harriet's monstrous selfishness and essential heatred of men, a syndrome initiated in girlhood when her father abandoned Harriet and her mother, at last becomes obvious to Walter. In a dramatic final confrontation, Walter finally realizes he too was just another possession in Harriet's loveless, life-size dollhouse.
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Rating: Not rated.
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