The Theatre: Best Plays: Jun. 18, 1923

These are the plays which in the light of metropolitan criticism seem most important:

SWEET NELL or OLD DRURY;−Laurette Taylor enjoying herself in a very old-fashioned melodrama-romance in which ladies wear yard-wide hats and gentlemen lace pants. A clean show about Charles II.

SEVENTH HEAVEN−The Bowery of Paris reflected in the mirror of Romance, where a " very remarkable fella" (George Gaul) wins a "yellow haired wife" (Helen Menken). A new actor, the World War, takes the same old thrilling part that the Civil War played in the melodramas of 20...

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