Theatre: New Plays: Sep. 13, 1926

She Couldn't Say No. Its chief virtue is that it returns Florence Moore to the legitimate stage. A 20th century, wisecracking Portia, she furiously "strains the milk of human kindness" to win the man she loves. With such dynamic energy does Miss Moore zoom through three acts of vaudeville farce that the entire encumbrance is drawn in by the suction and swept along to success. She impersonates a fictitious partner of the penniless lawyer she adores, wins a lawsuit for him in spite of himself, and wins him, too, after an impassioned...

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