Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 26, 1932

Flying Colors (words & music by Howard Dietz & Arthur Schwartz; Max Gordon, producer). The gaunt little face of Dancer Tamara Geva (Chauve Souris, Three's a Crowd) hints at amorous vigils and voluptuous fatigues. His London tailor gratuitously makes the underpinning of Clifton Webb (Sunny, Three's a Crowd) seem even more graceful, more polite than nature made it. When Charles Butterworth's (Sweet Adeline) mouth is closed he looks like a small George Arliss; when the long lower lip falls open he looks like the Mad Hatter. Patsy Kelly (Sketch Book, Wonder Bar)...

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