Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jul. 16, 1928

George White's Scandals. Producer White has often been regarded as a reckless exponent of exposure, his entertainments as lowly though attractive limboes. As he grows older, Producer White grows cautious. The thigh is his limit now and the Scandals,* though not wholly civilized, are this year less natural and rugged in their charms, more universal in appeal. What is tuneful is combined with what is funny, what is stimulating is added to what is ennobling, though it must be remarked, in Producer White's favor, that he tried hard to control his appetite for...

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