The Theatre: New Plays: Mar. 24, 1924

Maurice de Feraudy. In Les Affaires Sont les Affaires (Business is Business), this distinguished veteran of the Comedie Française calls himself "the tiger cat." But he hardly spits. His sense of humor is so overflowing that in the scenes where he should be yowling he is purring. In all his varied repertoire he seems certain that what this sad old world needs most is comedy. He prefers to exchange drama for a wink.

In Moliere's L'Avare (The Miser), that barbed satire on French thrift, the visiting star's abundant sense of the ludicrous makes...

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