|Directed by||William A. Seiter|
|Written by||Devery Freeman|
Billy De Wolfe
|Music by||Van Cleave|
|Cinematography||John F. Seitz|
|Edited by||Alma Macrorie|
|May 30, 1951|
Miriam Wilkins (Mona Freeman) is as usual trying to help more than her family can bear. She has founded an association for rehabilitation of former prisoners. Her father is honorary president without knowing it. As one convicted, Mr. Baxter, is set free on parole she sees the opportunity for her association to get in action. She hires Baxter as gardener letting him live in their house (over the garage). As it turns out his conviction had been imposed by Judge Wilkins, now senator, the situation in the house gets a bit chaotic.
- Mona Freeman as Miriam Wilkins
- Billy De Wolfe as Albert
- Edward Arnold as Senator Wilkins
- Lyle Bettger as Mr. Baxter
- Natalie Wood as Pauline
Comic book adaption
- from wikipedia Article Dear Wife: PARAMOUNT PLANS 'DEAR RUTH' SEQUEL: Studio's Production 'Dear Wife' Will Use Available Members of Original Film's Cast By THOMAS F. BRADY Special to THE NEW YORK TIMES.. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 06 Dec 1947: 11.
- "Movie Love #10". Grand Comics Database.