Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jun. 3, 1929

"Chinese" O'Neill. At this play tender members of the audience will do well to plug their ears with cotton. Toward the end of the second act, the muscular "Chinese" O'Neill, soldier of fortune extraordinary, finds himself and his English friends, including the dashing Hon. Nancy Beresford, trapped within a rickety Chinese inn by crawling yellow men. O'Neill begins blasting away with a machine gun. The ladies have horse pistols. Several other characters have miscellaneous shooting irons. But despite this artillery the Chinamen triumph, enter with...

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