The Theatre: Comedy

BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK — Sporty spring practice by the waggish Kaufman and Connelly, tackling the tired business man as a dummy.

FATA MORGANA—Cynically smart study of the city siren practicing on the country swain for one night only, leaving him with nothing but his blushes.

THE SHOW-OFF—A gorgeous satire of the eternal boob, casting himself for his favorite role of the leading man.

THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH—The younger generation cordially given a chance to redeem themselves and extend a little benevolent paternalism to their elders.

THE POTTERS—A quaintly comic cross-section of the American...

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