The Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Mar. 26, 1934

New Faces (directed by Leonard Sillman and Elsie Janis; Charles Dillingham, producer).

She's resting in the gutter and she loves it. The bed just won't appease her any more, Because she loves to sorta putter in the

gutter

And she's been there putting since the night before.

Sung with doleful nonchalance by its author, James Shelton, this Gutter Song is one of the pleasant moments in New Faces. So is a parody of grim Tobacco Road in which Walt Disney's Three Little Pigs impersonate Erskine CaldwelFs hungry gluttons. Squeaks the largest pig: "I ain't...

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