The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Dec. 2, 1929

Your Uncle Dudley introduces Walter Connolly as a smalltown sport and civic hero whose services promoting bazaars and festivals have won him a collection of loving cups from the grateful citizenry. This infantile and lovable fellow's desire to marry a. Danish beauty depends on his niece's winning $5,000 in a singing contest. How the prize was lost but Mr. Connolly's bride was won is a story which becomes a bit too long in the last act. It involves, however, some excellent villainy on the part of the niece's mother (Beatrice Terry, niece...

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