The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Feb. 12, 1934

The Wind and the Rain (by Merton Hodge; George Kondolf and Walter Hart, producers), is an investigation of quiet happenings among a group of Edinburgh medical students. Totally dissimilar to the U. S. collegians in She Loves Me Not or the hospital internes of Men in White, the students in The Wind and the Rain use such words as "mucky," "dirty little snurge" and "poops to you" but toward the fundamental problems of their academic life their attitude is dignified and serious. Charles Tritton (Frank Lawton) is a hypersensitive undergraduate, devoted to...

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