Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: May 14, 1928

The Happy Husband. As in most brittle comedies of bad manners, not very long after The Happy Husband begins it is evident that adultery has been done in the south room. Spectators have a justifiable opinion that Harvey Townsend's partner in sin has been Dot Rendell, who is furious with her husband for regarding her, as she thinks, beneath suspicion. The people seated on the stage suspect the languishing wife of a visiting American. When he too loudly voices his suspicions, Dot Rendell is compelled to admit that she, not Mrs. Blake, occupied the danger post in the south room. Her...

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