Plot and Cast
Neurotic perfectionist Harriet Craig (Crawford) makes life miserable for everyone around her, especially her husband Walter (Wendell Corey). When it appears he will receive a work assignment that will interfere with her status quo, she sabotages the plans and even succeeds in keeping his best friend Billy Birkmire (Allyn Joslyn) away from the house. When her young cousin Clare (K. T. Stevens) falls in love with Wes Miller (William Bishop), Harriet puts an end to the romance. Eventually, her husband gains intimations of his wife's real nature. He smashes one of her beloved household possessions, a priceless Ming vase, and walks out, leaving Harriet to her one true love — her perfect house.
The supporting cast includes prolific character actress Ellen Corby as a bullied maid. Corby later became widely known as Esther "Grandma" Walton on the popular TV series The Waltons for seven seasons beginning in 1972.
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