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"Producers' Showcase" The Women (1955)

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Original Air Date:
7 February 1955 (Season 1, Episode 6)
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Claire Boothe Luce's famous all-female play, about a woman whose husband leaves her, and how all her friends endlessly gossip about it and their own problems. | Add synopsis »

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Directed by
Vincent J. Donehue 
 
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Sumner Locke Elliott  adaptation
Clare Boothe Luce  play

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Dominick Dunne .... assistant director
 
Music Department
Harry Sosnik .... musical director
George Bassman .... composer: theme music (uncredited)
 

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Irving Actman .... music coordinator
 
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Sumner Locke Elliott .... script editor
 
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In addition to Paulette Goddard and Mary Boland, Ruth Hussey also appeared in the original film and in this remake, switching from the small role of Stephen's secretary to the lead role of Mary Haines.See more »
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Version of Women in New York (1977) (TV)See more »

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