People, Feb. 24, 1936

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Asked by a Swiss photographer to look up from his play on the shore of an Alpine pond, Siam's canny King Ananda Mahid01,11, demanded 30¢, got it.

To see a production of Victoria Regina (TIME, Dec. 30), Playwright Laurence Housman, brother of famed Poet A. E. Housman, sailed from England, where his play was banned, to Manhattan. "I am," complained he, "the most censored of British playwrights. Bernard Shaw has had only four plays censored. I have had 32." The original version of Victoria...

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