"Judy [Crawley] did a considerable amount of National Film Board work during the war, and both [Budge and Judy Crawley] are now involved in the affairs of the 40-member Crawley Film Company, in which Budge is a partner, Judy an executive. She likes working with children—especially her own—and hopes one day to film such children's stories as Katie and the Big Snow, about a snow plow. Ever since one of the children chewed up a piece of newly exposed kodachrome, Judy has done her film cutting at the studios. But scripting, which works in beautifully with family life, is a night chore at home."
-- Lotta Dempsey
Dempsey, Lotta. "Honeymoon started career for film-making family." Globe and Mail, October 11, 1949.