The Theater: New Revue in Manhattan, Jan. 26, 1948

Make Mine Manhattan (music by Richard Lewine; lyrics and sketches by Arnold Horwitt; produced by Joseph Hyman) offers gay, lively, irreverent homage to the world's most densely populated island. East Side, West Side, all around the town it darts, its thumb to its nose, but with a slightly dreamy look in its eyes. Manhattanites, swelling, with small-town pride at its air of big-town savvy, will be the show's best audience. But out-of-towners, whether from Butte or Brooklyn, should find it fun.

A lot of the show is funny, most of it is fresh, and...

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