Harlem, New York City, New York, United States, North and Central America
The film was originally released as Life Goes On in 1938 and then re-released as His Harlem Wife in 1944.
Lobby card for the film His Harlem Wife. The card features a large black-and-white picture of two men standing on the right side of the image. The men are dressed in tuxedos. The man in the center of the image, Reginald Fenderson, is holding a gun in his right hand. A third man is lying face down on the right side of the image in front of a safe. In the bottom right corner is a smaller black-and-white image of Louise Beavers. She is wearing a dark colored jacket and a white blouse. She is writing on a notepad. Black text below the large image reads “Toddy Pictures / COMPANY / PRESENTS / Louise CEAVERS in HIS HARLEM WIFE / “LIFE GOES ON” / WITH EDWARD THOMPSON -- LAWRENCE CRINER – REGINALD FENDERSON / MONTE HAWLEY --- DIRECTED BY WILLIAM NOLTE / ALL STAR COLORED CAST.” Printed in black ink in the bottom right corner is [Country of Origin U. S. A.]. The back of the lobby card is blank.