The Theater: New Plays in Manhattan, Feb. 4, 1946

O Mistress Mine (by Terence Rattigan; produced by the Theatre Guild & John C. Wilson) brought the Lunts back to Broadway for the first time in over three years. It did not bring them back in anything worth a toy locomotive's toot, but long before the curtain fell, the glittering first-night audience had ceased to care. The Lunts, as usual, had triumphed in themselves. They had once again proved their magic in vehicle jobs, in turning pushcarts into floats.

Vehicle jobs, for the Lunts, have a sort of advantage over solider plays: the pair...

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