The Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 4, 1926

The Master of the Inn. In a rather complicate and generally unconvincing contraption the gospel of doing good to others does not impress. The master in point had been disappointed in love and was healing his own wound by taking care of others of the world's unfortunates. The girl he loved and her erratic husband were numbered in this considerable category. He cured them both and returned them to their happiness with no apparent purpose except the proverbially reciprocal reward of virtue.

Robert Loraine, excellent English actor,...

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