The Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: May 10, 1937

Without Warning (by Ralph Spencer Zink; A. L. Jones, producer) is a mystery melodrama which takes place in an experimental hangar of a U. S. arsenal on an unnamed island off the Atlantic coast. It opens with a crucifixion, ends with a shooting. In the highly exciting interim a tough colonel from the Judge Advocate General's Department (Jack Roseleigh), who arrives by Coast Guard plane in dress blues fresh from a Washington dinner party to solve the first killing, beats the daylights out of the wrong man just because he has it coming to...

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