Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Apr. 21, 1930

Jonica is musical comedy at $3.50 top concerning a cute girl who journeys from a convent to attend a wedding in Manhattan. The complications, song cues and jokes are mainly occasioned by her unique naivete, in contrast with the worldly wisdom of a fat man and an actress whom she meets on the trip and re-encounters in her baffled adventures at a bachelor's apartment. The plot is furthered by a gunshot on a Pullman car, causing the fat comic to poke crude fun at a little girl who is traveling with her...

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