Theatre Notes, Oct. 24, 1927

Paris despatches tell of a new play by the famed and facile Sacha Guitry. The subject: Aviation; the title: Lindbergh.

Poor People of the stage, of whom there are plenty, read wistfully in last week's Variety (theatrical trade paper) that Al Jolson has rejected an offer of $20,000 a week for an indefinite period to appear in the prolog at the Capitol cinema theatre in Manhattan. Mr. Jolson has money, a million or more; worries about his health. Eva Le Gallienne has no faith in her belief. She believes that the state should endow...

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