Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Aug. 15, 1927

Allez-Oop is the cry form clever comedians and lively chorines to lift a mediocre revue into a summer hit. The music squeaks and the staging fumbles; but Victor Moore as an amateur elocutionist, Charles Butterworth as a terrified orator, a pair of clown esthetic dancers and the pretty chorus in a burlesque of Roxy Theatre pageants manage to boost the entertainment to the high level that theatre-goers expect of a show boasting sketches by J. P. McEvoy.


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