The Theatre: New Plays: Jan. 11, 1926

The Vanities. After running one show all summer, Earl Carroll despatched it to the provinces and followed with an entirely new edition. He kept Julius Tannen, bits of scenery and probably a chorus girl here and there. He added Frank Tinney and Joe Cook, many songs and much nonsense. It was with some horror that the opening night attendants heard Mr. Tinney jest gleefully about his recent marital disturbance. Otherwise he was funny. Mr. Cook was exceedingly amusing in his own peculiar way, and on the whole...

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