Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 26, 1931

Everybody's Welcome is a musi-comedy version of last season's comedy Up Pops the Devil, which retains just enough of the original story & dialog to provide Frances Williams, Oscar Shaw, Jack Sheehan and Cecil Lean with an adequate background for their monkey business. Love in a Greenwich Village flat becomes love in a penthouse, with the Empire State Building (minus the new red light) instead of the moon looking benevolently through the window. Mild satire on the writing business becomes broad burlesque of the giant "Proxy" cinemansion. A minor character in the...

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