The Theater: New Plays In Manhattan, Feb. 19, 1945

One-Man Show (by Ruth Goodman and Augustus Goetz; produced by Jed Harris) concerns a middle-aged widower and his daughter (Frank Conroy & Constance Cummings) who run an art gallery. Attractive and sought after, the girl is indifferent to other men because she is pathologically attached to her father. The father tries to cut the cord between them; the girl holds tight.

Then, suddenly, she falls very much in love with a new suitor—and One-Man Show drops from its sleeve the card whose edge had, for some time back, been just discernible to the lynx-eyed. It was the father who, deliberately or...

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