The Theater: Best Bets on Broadway, Nov. 29, 1948

Still on Broadway are such robust old-timers as Harvey, Born Yesterday, Annie Get Your Gun. Younger favorites:

A Streetcar Named Desire. Tennessee Williams' vivid chronicle of a nymphomaniac's downhill flight from reality (TIME, Dec. 15).

Make Mine Manhattan. Gay, witty revue which, while pretending to laugh at Manhattan Island, makes violent love to it (TIME, Jan. 26).

Mister Roberts. Rowdy, romantic, often hilarious yarn of life on a cargo ship during—but far from—the war (TIME, March 1).

Edward, My Son. Rich, creamy hokum about a wicked Englishman's dazzling career, played to perfection by Robert Morley (TIME,...

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