CRAIG’S WIFE (Dorothy Arzner, 1936)

The second of three film versions of George Kelly’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1926 play Craig’s Wife was directed by Dorothy Arzner, who took a feminist tack with the material. Hers is a far more interesting and intelligent film than the other version I have seen, Vincent Sherman’s glossy, more psychoanalytic than socioanalytic Harriet Craig (1950), which […]