4 Classic comedies on 2 DVD's. Featuring "Made for Each Other", "Nothing Sacred", "Life with Father" and "My Man Godfrey". "Made For Each Other" (1939) (B&W) - Newlyweds John and Jane Mason are an idealistic couple whose marital commitment is challenged at every turn - mounting debt, a difficult mother-in-law, and a baby on the way. The birth of a son brings joy, but when he becomes seriously ill, the couple is forced to take drastic measures to save his life. "Nothing Sacred" (1937) (Color) - A doctor has told Vermont native Helen that she is dying of radium poisoning, and her plight draws the attention of NY reporter Wally. But then, the doctor informs Helen that she isn't sick at all. She conceals the truth and is wined and dined by Wally. Once Helen finally confesses her secret, how will they handle the media circus they've created? "Life With Father" (1947) (Color) - Based on a popular Broadway play by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse, this film explores family life in New York during the 1880s. Each scene is an amusing anecdote - for instance, the wife's desperate attempts to have her despotic husband baptized. or the father's awkward moments explaining the facts of life to his unimpressed son. "My Man Godfrey" (1936) (B&W) - This wacky comedy classic takes a stab at high society. A pretentious wealthy family adopts "Godfrey," a bum with a secretive past. Working as their butler, Godfrey becomes completely embroiled in their lives and soon takes charge. Later, he surprises the family with some shocking news.
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Stereo