The New Pictures, Nov. 6, 1950

Harriet Craig (Columbia). George Kelly's Craig's Wife, a play about a woman whose passion for tidiness destroyed her marriage, was a 1926 Pulitzer Prizewinner. In 1936, as a movie starring Rosalind Russell and John Boles, it was rated one of the better pictures of the year. Hollywood's current version is not so successful.

Wearing a mannish hairdo, Joan Crawford plays the overneat Harriet Craig with sexy emphasis. As her thoroughly housebroken husband, Wendell Corey is careful never to drop ashes on the rugs, sit on the arm of the sofa, or put a damp...

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