Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 4, 1935

Crime Marches On (by Bertrand Robinson & Maxwell Hawkins; Busbar & Tuerk, producers) provides the first Broadway stellar role for Mary, pretty 18-year-old daughter of the late Will Rogers. It also chronicles the unearthly adventures of a rustic poet from Middle

Tennessee who unexpectedly wins a Pulitzer Prize, is hauled off to Manhattan to versify on a radio program for a soap manufacturer whose competitor is about to offer a criminal "March of TIME" on the air. The Pulitzer Prizeman throws his employer out a window of...

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