Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 23, 1931

The Social Register has a title which sounds as if the play might be a searching social document by Channing Pollock. Actually it is a comedy of bad manners, adapted from Anita Loos's But Gentlemen Marry Brunettes. Heroine is a chorus girl who has a heart of gold even though she seldom wears enough tinsel to cover it. She is loved by a rich boy who takes her to meet his family in their palatial home, or what would pass for a palatial home to a Columbia Burlesque audience. It is complete with...

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