The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jan. 4, 1932

The Bride the Sun Shines On. Psyche Marbury and Hubert Burnet were in love with each other but he did not know it until five minutes before she was to be married to someone else. Half an hour after the ceremony they eloped.

Like Peter Arno's Here Goes The Bride, this play is the dramatic venture of a clever satiric artist. Will Cotton (caricatures in Vanity Fair). His play is not so clever, takes a long time to get going, but is pleasantly enough acted by Dorothy Gish and Henry Hull. It is the...

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