The Theatre: New Plays: Mar. 1, 1926

The Night Duel. Marjorie Rambeau was the principal reason for this production. She is giving a sound sample of a not unusual phenomenon—the good performance in the bad play.

Miss Rambeau is called upon to solve again the old problem of how far a wife should go to keep her husband out of the villain's clutches. The clutches in this case mean a jail term. As usual the villain has loved the wife. This calls inevitably for a scene in the villain's bedroom with the wife preserving her self-respect at the point of a...

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