Theatre: New Plays: Jun. 2, 1924

Innocent Eyes. The Winter Garden again turns out a revue of the standard bouncing pattern, with possibly more gold on the costumes, and less costumes on the girls.

Visitors to the Winter Garden can always be comfortably certain of getting the same type of blandishments. To prove this, one has only to submit this list of the outstanding features of the new "hoity-toity, gosh, we're flirty" revue:

1) Mistinguett, French, sprouting ostrich plumes at every pore, and singing statuesquely a song Innocent Eyes, in which her optics...

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