Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jun. 27, 1927

The Woman of Bronze. Seeing this revival of Margaret Anglin's onetime success is like reading last year's almanac. It is not ancient enough to be antique or new enough to be curious, or great enough for the decades. It is just faded. There are offered in stock: 1) an artist, married but fascinated by his model, 2) a wife, married to the artist and ready to "fight for him," 3) a model, beautiful but not for long. In the end the artist comes back home. Most interest attaches to Miss Anglin, who, dedicated...

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