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Claudia and David

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Claudia and David

Claudia and David
Directed by Walter Lang
Produced by William Perlberg
Written by Rose Franken
Frank Davis
Tess Slesinger
Screenplay by Vera Caspary
Rose Franken
Starring Dorothy McGuire
Robert Young
Mary Astor
Music by Cyril J. Mockridge
David Buttolph
Cinematography Joseph LaShelle
Editing by Robert L. Simpson
Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Release date(s) February 25, 1946
Running time 78 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Claudia and David is a 1946 film directed by Walter Lang. It stars Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young.[1] Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young repeat their roles from the film Claudia (1943) Like its predecessor, Claudia and David was based on a series of short stories by Rose Franken, which also inspired a successful stage play and radio series.


Claudia (Dorothy McGuire), still charmingly naive and a bit nervous, is struggling with the responsibilities of marriage and parenthood in their rural Connecticut town. Jealousy creeps into the relationship when Elizabeth (Mary Astor) starts consulting David on a building project, while Claudia is attracting the uninvited attentions of Phil (John Sutton), who happens to be married.[2]




External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • TCM Movie Database
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