The movie was based on the 1925 play Craig's Wife by George Kelly. There were two previous film versions titled Craig's Wife, the first a 1928 silent film directed by William C. DeMille (Cecil B. DeMille's brother), and the second a 1936 film directed by Dorothy Arzner and starring Rosalind Russell.
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