The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Feb. 19, 1934

No Questions Asked (By Anne Morrison Chapin; John Golden, producer) shows how a young patrician dipsomaniac (Ross Alexander) who boards a Staten Island ferry under the impression that it is a liner for Bermuda, achieves regeneration. On board, he prevents a young woman (Barbara Robbins), pregnant and unmarried, from tossing herself overboard. In the next scene he has married her and they are living in a penthouse with the young man's chatty but devoted mother (Spring Byington). Young Mrs. Raeburn is itching to tell her husband about her past and he is...

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