Harriet Craig - (Original Trailer)
Joan Crawford wants everything in her house just so or she goes nuts in Harriet Craig (1950).
Craig's Wife (1936) -- (Movie Clip) What's The Matter?
In the original version of the better-known re-make (Harriet Craig, 1950), Harriet (Rosalind Russell) re-takes command of her house and servants Nydia Westman and Jane Darwell, after a trip out of town, in Craig's Wife, 1936.
Harriet Craig (1950) -- (Movie Clip) A Different Approach With Each Girl
Innocent Clare (K.T. Stevens), who lives-with and works-for her cousin (Joan Crawford, title character) with beau Wes (William Bishop), who works for Joans husband, quite sincere until she interrupts, dismissing him, then sharing a wholly fabricated secret about his intentions, in Harriet Craig, 1950.
Craig's Wife (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Open, House Isn't The Same
The domestic staff (Jane Darwell and Nydia Westmond) are introduced along with Walter (John Boles), Ellen (Alma Kruger) and neighbor Mrs. Frazier (Billie Burke) in Dorothy Arzner's 1936 version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Craig's Wife, starring Rosalind Russell.
Harriet Craig (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Perhaps I'd Better Not Hear
Title character Joan Crawford is upstairs now, having observed rather a mess downstairs, surprising her husband Wendell Corey, after returning early from a trip because of her (unfounded) suspicions about his activities, in Harriet Craig, 1950, from the 1925 Pulitzer Prize play by George Kelly.
Harriet Craig (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Mrs. Craig Must Be So Upset!
Director Vincent Sherman delivers bedlam and power relations in the opening, K.T. Stevens as cousin-cum-assistant Clare manages staff and visitors (Ellen Corby, Viola Roache, Fiona OShiel) while title character Joan Crawford supervises husband Wendell Corey, in Harriet Craig, 1950.
Harriet Craig (1950) -- (Movie Clip) You Know About My Father?
After a visit with her increasingly unwell mother, Joan Crawford (title character) consults with her cousin-assistant (K.T. Stevens), then with the doctor (Katharine Warren), providing some background, then grows suspicious and decides to travel home to surprise her husband, in Harriet Craig, 1950.