Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Jan. 6, 1930

Meteor. The eyeballs of Alfred Lunt appear to contract with mad fixity of vision as he seethes through the part of Raphael Lord, adventurer and egoist extraordinary. Having hobnobbed with Central American banditti and other peculiar and remote persons, Lord appears at a New England college, drawn by the writings of one of its dead professors, but leaves almost immediately, enraged with the pedantic stagnation of the place and bearing away with him the vivid daughter (Lynn Fontanne) of the great teacher. Having learned of the weak heart of her other suitor,...

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