Chicken Every Sunday
Chicken Every Sunday is a 1949 American comedy film directed by George Seaton. The screenplay by Seaton and Valentine Davies is based on the 1944 play of the same title by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein, which was based on the memoir by Rosemary Taylor.
In Tucson, Arizona in 1910, Emily Hefferen visits attorney Robert Hart to file for divorce from her husband Jim, citing his lack of support as grounds. When Hart expresses surprise, given the local hotel, laundry, and dairy bear the Heffernen name, suggesting the family is wealthy, Emily describes her family life for the past twenty years.
|author||Julius J. Epstein Philip G. Epstein Valentine Davies|
|editor||Robert L. Simpson|
|keywords||abandon arroyo copper family life foreclose foreclosure high school graduation inebriate new jersey newlywed opera house vaudeville wedding day|
|publisher||20th Century Fox|