The Theatre: The Best Plays: Jun. 15, 1925

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

Drama

WHAT PRICE GLORY?—The rattle of bitterness against the glories of warfare put into the machine-gun minds of a pair of tough marines and a French peasant girl.

THEY KNEW WHAT THEY WANTED— A story of infidelity under the grape arbors of California made brilliantly worth while by the presence of Pauline Lord.

THE DOVE−Machine-made theatricals of the Mexican dance hall girl fashioned in the realistic machine of David Belasco.

WHITE CARGO—The bitter blanket...

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