Smith (1907-1985) and Atwater (1911- ) were a husband-wife acting team. Smith first appeared on Broadway in "Men Must Fight" (1932) and made his first film, "The Garden Murder Case," in 1936. He appeared in scores of stage productions and more than three dozen films. Atwater began her career in "The Black Crook" (1929) and appeared in Broadway musicals, drama, films and television. Smith and Atwater's frequent appearances together included a stage production of "Ah, Wilderness" and episodes of the "Peyton Place" television series.
From the description of Kent Smith-Edith Atwater papers, 1922-1974. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 31995436