Love Story (Du Mont TV Series) - Criticism

Criticism

This series was hampered by a small budget and starred mostly lesser-known actors. Later-day critics, such as Castleman and Podrazik (1982), have cited Love Story, among other DuMont series, as one of the reasons fewer and fewer viewers tuned in to the ailing DuMont Network. They called the series "a simpering romance anthology" that, like several other DuMont programs during the 1953-1954 season was "doomed from the start by third-rate scripts and cheap production." The series did not last long, and the network itself began crumbling shortly thereafter.

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