The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 27, 1930

Girl Crazy. The pleasantest interlude in Girl Crazy, a conspicuously pleasant show, is furnished by a quartet of young men sufficiently resembling cowboys who amble across the stage three times in the first act and sing a sweet, lazy little song called "Bidin' My Time (That's the Kind of Guy I'm)." The attraction also contains the best music George & Ira Gershwin have written since Oh, Kay!, an outstandingly comely chorus, talented and virginal

Ginger Rogers and Allen Kearns — the Easterner whose father has banished him to the badlands. But biggest asset...

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