Harriet Craig (1950)

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Domineering Harriet Craig holds more regard for her home and its possessions than she does for any person in her life. Among those she treats like household objects are her kind husband ... See full summary »

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  • Joan Crawford in Harriet Craig (1950)
  • Wendell Corey and Lucile Watson in Harriet Craig (1950)
  • Joan Crawford in Harriet Craig (1950)
  • Wendell Corey in Harriet Craig (1950)
  • Joan Crawford and Wendell Corey in Harriet Craig (1950)
  • Joan Crawford in Harriet Craig (1950)

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Under the advice of director Vincent Sherman, Joan Crawford originally declined the title role when it was offered to her. Sherman felt she was ill suited for the part. However, when Sherman was ultimately contracted to direct the film, Crawford, aware of their previous ... ...


Mrs. Harold: She could build a nest in his ear and he'd never know it.


Throughout the movie, there are no locks on the door of the Craig house. During the final scene, when Harriet gives her final speech, a lock can be seen above the doorknob.


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Release Date:

5 March 1951



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