|Writers||Julian Harmon (original story and screenplay)
Dave O'Brien (original story and screenplay) (as David Barclay)
|Cast||Pete Smith Dorothy Short|
|Plot||As she starts dinner after a trying day, Mrs. George T. Hardnose calls her husband to say she wants to go to a movie that night; he says, nothing doing, he's tired, he's worked hard, and what has she done all day. In a series of flashbacks, we see - starting with getting George out of bed and off to work, bathing an obstreperous three year old, dealing with stopped drains and a faulty defroster, doing dishes, cajoling a rich uncle, washing clothes, mopping floors, sweeping behind heavy furniture, cleaning the stove and a rug, and cooking dinner. When George asks her after dinner to let him have the paper, she lets him have it.... see A Wife's Life on IMDb|
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