Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 15, 1924

What Price Glory. Heretofore, war in the theatre has been pretty generally concerned with the girl back home and the band playing the Marseillaise back stage. War has been essentially an adventure into which went certain souls; some of them came out, some were cowards and some were heroes; and the general effect was that of a Liberty Loan fight talk by William Jennings Bryan. What Price Glory is different. It tells the truth.

Twenty marines and one French girl hold the stage. Two scenes behind the...

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