Theatre: New Play in Manhattan: Aug. 6, 1928

The Intruder was composed by one Paul Eldridge with the following ingredients: Item: water adrip wears away stone, rain pitpat on roofs often melts morals. Item: since Aesculapius, physicians have seduced, been seduced by nurses. Item: wine stirs passion. In the office of Dr. John Weston was an attendant-nurse. Mrs. Weston spent a rainy night under another roof, the nurse a "beautiful, marvelous" one under the Westons' with the doctor. Six years later Nurse Katy returned to make her child an honest son. Kind words, a tear, a plea...

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