The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Mar. 16, 1931

Give Me Yesterday. Upon entering Producer Charles Hopkins' theatre, one must always tread lightly for fear of shattering some delicate fantasy. Having moved the ephemeral Mrs. Moonlight to another playhouse, last week Producer Hopkins presented Alan Alexander Milne's Give Me Yesterday, produced in London in 1923, by the Harvard Dramatic Club in 1929, called Success until a few days before its New York premiere. It relates the pastel-tinted tale of the Rt. Hon. R. Selby Mannock, M. P. (Louis Calhern), who has decided that the world is too much with him, that it...

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