Theatre: Lew Leslie's International Revue

Lew Leslie's "International Revue."

In these maneuvers the nations, each represented by squadrons of beauties, find it quite easy to maintain a parity of nudity. The proceedings are of the hot weather variety which used to occur on the old Winter Garden stage before the lean years fell on the spangle manufacturers. Among the show's subtler assets are a waltz by Moss & Fontana, a bedroom scene in which Gertrude Lawrence creates considerable foolishment, and the spinning, leaping rhythms of Anton Dolin, a swarthy Englishman who once led the Diaghiliev Rus-sian ballet. Jimmy McHugh...

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