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This film received its initial USA telecast Monday 17 September 1945 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1); in Los Angeles its earliest documented television presentation occurred Sunday 5 September 1948 on KTLA (Channel 5); it first aired in Baltimore Saturday 22 January 1949 on WMAR (Channel 2), in Dayton Tuesday 15 February 1949 on WHIO (Channel 13), in Detroit Sunday 27 February 1949 on WWJ (Channel 4), and in Cincinnati Sunday 21 August 1949 on WCPO (Channel 7). See more »
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I am a huge fan of both Jimmy Stewart and Carole Lombard. However, attempting to get through a viewing of "Made for Each Other" made me cringe. The dialogue was superficial, the characters lifeless, and the situations drab and depressing. It seemed that the movie was going for a realistic portrayal of a couple in their first years of matrimony, but it failed miserably in this attempt. Although Stewart and Lombard are both talented actors, at no point during the picture did I ever really *CARE* about what happened to John and Jane Mason. Not only was the script flat and uninventive, but it never really showed what would make the couple fall in love in the first place. Furthermore, the "dramatic" turn of events toward the end of the movie were so cliched, they would easily lend themselves toward derisive laughter rather than tears. Frankly, this wouldn't even make a good "movie of the week."
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