The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 7, 1927

Escape. To John Galsworthy's products respects must be paid; to Winthrop Ames' productions respects must be paid. The deepest respects in this Galsworthy-written, Ames-produced drama were paid to

Actor Leslie Howard, slim Englishman who is more than likely to be found in the creations of such froth blowers of the drama as P. G. Wodehouse and Frederick Lonsdale. For Messrs. Galsworthy and Ames he has turned murderer, and he goes through parts of the play, his normally immaculate countenance grimy with sweat and an uncut beard.

To defend a woman, this character knocks...

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