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

Happy Landing, Well aware of the risks, skill, and courage involved in flying, some theatregoers may be embarrassed to hear a group of greasepainted actors chatter knowingly about "low ceilings," "take offs'' and "happy landings." That argot, one somehow feels, should be indulged in only by the aviation fraternity if & when it chooses.

Happy Landing has to do with a young man, not unlike Charles Augustus Lindbergh, who sets out on a transpacific flight. Just to make it more difficult, the playwrights have the journey begin at Old Orchard, Me. That...

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