The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 12, 1931

Payment Deferred. William Marble did not know how he was going to make ends meet. He had a job in the foreign exchange department of a London bank and a wife and a daughter. Somehow the yawning abyss of inevitable paupery which gaped between his small salary and his household expenses grew wider & wider. Soon one of his creditors would complain to the bank and then nothing would be left for him but the Poor House. Into this unhappy scene, unexpectedly, comes a forgotten nephew from Australia. He is fairly prosperous,...

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