Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Gregory Ratoff|
|Produced by||Raymond Griffith|
|Written by||Rex Taylor|
|Music by||Cyril J. Mockridge|
|Cinematography||J. Peverell Marley|
|Edited by||Francis D. Lyon|
|Distributed by||Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation|
Day-Time Wife is a 1939 comedy directed by Gregory Ratoff, starring Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell. Linda Darnell and Tyrone Power play Jane and Ken Norton, a married couple approaching their second anniversary. This was 16 year-old Linda Darnell's second film. Day-Time Wife was the first of four films that Darnell and Power made together over the next few years, Brigham Young (1940), The Mark of Zorro (1940), Blood and Sand (1941).
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Jane (Linda Darnell) comes to believe her husband Ken (Tyrone Power) is having an extramarital affair with his secretary Kitty (Wendy Barrie). To give him a taste of his own medicine, Jane secretly takes a job as secretary to womanizing architect Bernard Dexter (Warren William), who, as it turns out, and unbeknownst to Jane, has a business relationship with Ken.
- Tyrone Power as Ken Norton
- Linda Darnell as Jane Norton
- Warren William as Bernard Dexter
- Binnie Barnes as Blanche
- Wendy Barrie as Kitty Frazier
- Joan Davis as Miss Applegate
- Joan Valerie as Mrs. Dexter
- Leonid Kinskey as Coco
- Mildred Gover as Melbourne
- Renie Riano as Miss Briggs
- "Day-Time Wife". FilmAffinity. filmaffinity.com. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
- "Day-Time Wife". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. afi.com. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
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