Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Dec. 8, 1930

This is New York. There is an old saying that "New York is a nice place to visit, but I wouldn't live there if you gave me the place." Robert E. Sherwood, once an editor of Life, having written The Road to Rome and Waterloo Bridge, has turned his attention to this saw and has evidently decided to make a rebuttal. Producer Arthur Hopkins has selected a creditable cast to present Mr. Sherwood's side of the question. There is charming, blonde Lois Moran, recently of the audible cinema. Her legitimate stage technique is...

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