The Theatre: New Mystery in Manhattan

Ten Little Indians (by Agatha Christie; produced by the Messrs. Shubert and Albert de Courville) is a lavishly murderous English mystery which acts out the nursery rhyme of the ten little Indians almost to the point of "—and then there were none." Mysteriously bidden to a house party on a lonely island, ten people find no host to greet them, only a gramophone solemnly charging each of them with having at some time committed a murder. Then one of them—the point, of course, being who—starts murdering the others at ten-minute intervals; and while...

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