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Plot: Young lawyer meets and marries girl after knowing her one day. Takes bride home to meet his mother who disapproves of the marriage. Lawyer thinks everything will be fine as he moves up the ladder of the law firm. He doesn't and things get tough. A baby makes things even tougher. Written by Jack… Runtime: 92 min Release Date: 10 Feb 1939
The Precursor to "It's a Wonderful Life" (by allen-maccannell)
After reading IMDb about various movies for years, this is the one film that caused me to sign up as a member in order to leave a review.That should say a lot.This is a fantastic movie with great acting and it clearly prefigured "It's a Wonderful Life."It's an honest tearjerker. Those prone to cry will do so. For some I could see it producing Niagara Falls. The acting is that good. And a movie is made only once every few years that can make my eyes water.I'd advise you not to pay much attention to the negative reviews, including from those who would now find the plot to <more>
be derivative when future movies were the ones that were derived from this. Sure, it starts slow and Jimmy Stewart was more of a novice . It's supposed to be showing the every day life of a struggling couple during hard times.That only adds to the emotional impact of the last half hour.The producer put a part of his own life story into this picture.It's really sad to know that Carole Lombard died soon after this movie was made in a plane crash over the mountains.This movie is a must-see.
An underrated gem which exalts Lombard's talents. (by godsnewworldiscoming-1)
While other users will disagree with the accolades I give this movie, I was throughly impressed with Carole Lombard. While her legacy is her indisputable talent as a screen comedian, she was very touching and cogent in this serious role. What I like about the golden age of Hollywood was how they could take such simple plots and parlay them into unforgettable classics.What newlywed couple today couldn't relate to the problems Stewart and Lombard contended with in this movie? Their tenacity and devotion to one another under duress was very simple and poignant. I have a funny feeling if I <more>
ever get married, I would want my future wife to watch this movie with me! Stewart's role in this movie is not as heralded as his characters in Mr. Smith goes to Washington or in Its a wonderful life. That is certainly understandable. However, I will watch any movie which pairs up Hollywood legends. Any movie featuring James Stewart and Carole Lombard definitely warrants a look. If this movie came out any year other than 1939, it would be highly esteemed.
Made for Each Other-So, He Didn't Marry the Boss's Daughter **** (by edwagreen)
Terrific comedy which soon falls into dramatic overtones with Jimmy Stewart, Carole Lombard and Lucille Watson providing great acting.Stewart marries Lombard after meeting her during a business trip. He brings her home and she is immediately disliked by mother-in-law Watson. Watson takes the role of the find-fault mother-in-law with relish and in comedy never lets Stewart forget that he could have married Charles Coburn's the boss daughter.The young couple can't seem to make it. When Stewart asks Coburn for a raise, Coburn beats him to it and tells that with hard times, everyone <more>
must take a 25% pay deduction. When the baby comes, everything seems to go downhill.Now, the picture takes on dramatic overtones with a new year's bout between Lombard and Watson. It looks like this marriage is going, going gone.With the baby's sudden illness, we see how people can come together in times of distress. The cooperating boss, the pilot flying the serum, the understanding maid, quite a difference from nasty Alma Kruger, who quit during a dinner party, and the couple that called the hospital when they came upon the collapsed pilot holding the serum. This sequence basically shows what America is all about.
This is a story of a young lawyer named Johnny Mason who one day marries a girl named Jane after knowing her just for one day.After that nothing seems to go right.And there's also the baby...John Cromwell's Made for Each Other 1939 is a story well told.It has a little bit of comedy and even more of drama.It all works pretty good.It's the leading stars that make it work so good.The brilliant James Stewart and the adorable Carole Lombard both shine in this movie.If it wasn't for them this movie would be much more mediocre.There are also some other great names there.Charles <more>
Coburn is terrific as Judge Joseph M. Doolittle.Lucile Watson playing Johnny's mother Harriet is just wonderful.Eddie Quillan does great job as Conway.Made for Each Other is in my opinion much better movie than said.It shows us the reality that can hit a married couple.But all those troubles don't kill the love for each other.
Simply and elegantly done by acting and directorial brilliance, I don't like watching movies in B&W but this movie got me glued till end.End.
Money can't make you happy, but the lack thereof can make you miserable... (by AlsExGal)
... even if you are made for each other. This was quite a more serious role for Carole Lombard versus her typical screwball comedy roles. She was a lot less manic and I actually found her quite charming. James Stewart is his familiar every-man, and he and Lombard made a great pair.This was an interesting story about a couple who marry after only knowing each other for one day. Stewart's mother, a delightfully crabby Lucile Watson, of course does not approve of Lombard. She wanted her son to marry Eunice Doolittle what a name , the daughter of Charles Coburn, a prominent judge in town and <more>
Stewart's boss. Marrying into the Doolittle family would lend prestige and presumably a bump up the social ladder , but Stewart doesn't love Eunice Doolittle. Stewart, a lawyer at a local law firm, feels like he and Lombard will have it made. Unfortunately, his career seems to be at a standstill. Lombard then announces that she's having a baby which further strains and complicates Stewart and Lombard's marriage.This was a nice dramatic film about a whirlwind romance and a couple trying to succeed despite facing odds at every corner. I thought Lombard did a great job, and had she not died in 1942, she would have gone on to do even more great things in her career. James Stewart was excellent as the newlywed who wants nothing more than to provide for his wife and get his mother to accept her. Charles Coburn provides great support for the film as the clueless curmudgeon of a boss demanding employees take pay cuts when Stewart is ready to ask for a raise. I especially liked the scene between he and Stewart when Stewart shows up on his doorstep begging for help in buying serum to help his baby's pneumonia. And never has the delivery of pharmaceuticals had me more on the edge of my seat.The fllm overall, minus the rather sensational finish that is good although it really doesn't seem to belong, is about the mundane things that make a marriage - dealing with super critical live-in in-laws that will not admit that they are super critical, making ends meet and cutting back where you can and even sometimes where you can't, even trying to find a babysitter on New Year's Eve. At least this couple got to sleep in a double bed rather than the virginal twin beds that were the standard in the production code era. I'm still not sure how they managed to get that past the censors back in those days. Highly recommended and amazingly in the public domain, it can be found just about everywhere including some just awful DVD prints and on youtube due to its lack of copyright protection.