The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Apr. 25, 1932

Foreign Affairs (by Paul Hervey Fox & George Tilton; Kamsler & Fuller, producers). A great many people admire the slick urbanity of Osgood Perkins; many more are titillated by the romantic comedy of Henry Hull; others like to watch Dorothy Gish purse her mouth. Foreign Affairs, with all three of these favorites in it, should therefore afford capital fun to playgoers in considerable numbers.

Scene is laid in an inn in the Italian Tyrol, whither two lovers (Miss Gish and Mr. Hull) have foregathered for a blissful fortnight. To their horror they discover that...

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