Theatre: New Plays: Mar. 2, 1925

Cape Smoke. Since White Cargo has run over 500 performances and has been sued for plagiarism, the necessity of an imitation was obvious. This new African adventure is a good deal louder than White Cargo and a lot funnier. Most of the laughter is at it.

It starts off stoutly enough with a fearful kaffir curse by which three Englishmen and an American are to die. The British mortality is high by the ending act, but the American, naturally, survives. If they do it in London— which...

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