Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 28, 1936

Seen But Not Heard (by Marie Baumer & Martin Berkeley; D. A. Doran. producer) is one of those semi-serious melodramas in which the actions of the characters are motivated entirely by necessities of plot. Its principal actors are three juveniles. That circumstance permits the authors to finesse one natural denouement after another by having the old folks squelch the children every time they are in a position to reveal important evidence as to who killed Aunt Helen and Uncle John.

Little pitcher with the biggest ears and part in the show is Frankie...

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