Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jun. 4, 1928

Get Me In the Movies. Philip Dunning, who was supposed to have had an important part in the writing of the raucous and exciting Broadway, is billed also as the co-author of this thing. The discrepancy between his two brain children is not nice to contemplate. The second is about a pale and gawky elf who wins a scenario-writing prize, comes to Hollywood, is besieged by unscrupulous women who want him to get them in the movies and is finally permitted to claim the hand of his own true sweetheart. Those in...

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