The Theater: New Revue in Manhattan, Apr. 29, 1946

Call Me Mister (music & lyrics by Harold Rome; sketches by Arnold Auerbach; produced by Melvyn Douglas & Herman Levin) is the most engaging new musical of the season. A bright, bouncing, youthful revue celebrating the G.I.'s return to civilian life, it is acted by quondam G.I.s, male & female, and USO entertainers who are just back themselves.

Call Me Mister slows down here & there to the dreamy pace of a sentimental journey—Joe, overseas, thinking of the corner drugstore; a trainload of returning servicemen chanting nevermore-to-roam, going-home blues. But mostly the show...

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