Letters, Sep. 13, 1937

Bradna's Birth

Sirs:

In your issue of Aug. 23 reviewing "Souls at Sea," your critic said Olympe Bradna was "picturesquely born of two bareback riders between performances at the Olympe Theatre in Paris."

He is wrong twice. Mme Bradna told me at a cocktail party recently that she and her husband had a trained dog act. Had Olympe been born of a bareback rider immediately after a performance, it would have been picturesque indeed! Secondly, the theatre is the well-known Olympia.

OTIS CHATFIELD-TAYLOR New York City

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