The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 14, 1929

Town Boy tells of country girl who took her city sweetheart back to the barnyards, where he seemed pale indeed. When a bucolic beef eater smashed him on the chin, she realized however that she still loved him. Critic Robert Littell of the New York World: "I can think of no good reason for its existence." Critic Gilbert W. Gabriel of the New York American: "It has a certain pleading innocence about the badness of its writing." The New York Times: ". . . definitely a minor occurrence in the theatre."

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