Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Dec. 9, 1929

Sons o' Guns. Jack Donahue is an awkward member of the A. E. F. Lily Damita, cinema favorite, is a bonny barmaid he meets behind the lines. In a village painted by Joseph Urban, peopled with an Albertina Rasch peasant ballet, echoing with nice tunes, they enjoy the most amiable war on record.

The Game of Love and Death. Alice Brady chooses to meet the guillotine with her husband rather than accept his noble gift of passports which would have enabled her lover and herself to escape. With this verbose French revolution episode...

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