Cinema: The New Pictures: Jan. 4, 1932

Manhattan Parade (Warner). For the last two years, various plays in Manhattan (Once in a Lifetime, Wonder Boy, Louder Please) have poked fun at cinemanufacture with varying success. Manhattan Parade tries to poke similar fun at Broadway. It is about two producers who scream at each other continually. They allow themselves to be duped by a Russian stage director who, when planning a spectacular production, insists on having the roof and one wall of the theatre removed. He tears out all the orchestra seats, wants to...

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