Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Apr. 11, 1932

Borderland (by Crane Wilbur; Philip Gerton, producer). Crane Wilbur is an actor of considerable talent. He is now employed by the road company of Mourning Becomes Electro. That he is no great playwright is revealed by the raveled theme of Borderland, a melodrama which takes place in the hunting lodge of two bad brothers named Cordovan. The Cordovan boys have asked a pretty girl and her novelist fiance up for a houseparty. The novelist is an amateur spiritualist and during a seance, which he promotes...

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