Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 12, 1936

Craig's Wife (Columbia). Consideration for the Hays office on one hand and the feelings of its own patrons on the other combine to make the cinema's view of matrimony at most times a highly sympathetic one. Consequently the current cinema season may well be remembered for the way in which two first-class pictures have revealed two rich and respectable U. S. wives as altogether worthless characters. Dodsworth (TIME. Sept. 28) showed one who lost her husband by trying to remold him in her own pattern of a social climber. Craig's Wife, adapted...

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