"A Marriage of Strangers" was an unforgettable dramatic experience.
This Playhouse 90 play was originally shown on television in 1959. Playhouse 90 plays were always absorbing, but this one was such an exceptional presentation I never forgot the feelings it generated. Only recently did I discover its title and year of presentation. Red Buttons and Diana Lynn were ideal for their roles. They dissolved into them and gave unbelievably natural performances as two sensitive people who married after they had barely met. They spend the rest of the play in self discovery and becoming acquainted with each other. It was a memorable experience to watch this unfoldone that has lasted in my thoughts for nearly 50 years.
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