Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 3, 1927

Oh, Please! From that sad wreck, the once scintillant Charlot's Revue, they have salvaged two treasures: Gertrude Lawrence who enchants the multitudes in Oh, Kay (TIME, Nov. 22) and Beatrice gillie who makes all men laugh in Oh, Please! The latter vehicle is a rickety contraption, muscial comedy, about an actress who invades the home of the President of the Purity League while his wife is on leave of absence. Apparently the Dillingham production executives tossed Miss Lillie the script with its two good songs ( Nicodemus" and "You Know That I...

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