Letters, Feb. 21, 1949

I've Got You Under My Skin

Sir:

Roses to TIME [Jan. 31] for a vivid sketch on Cole Porter.

Orchids to Mr. Porter, the artist, for a sparkling new hit [Kiss Me, Kate].

Garlic to Mr. Porter, the man, for his astounding, frenetic hedonism and illiberality . . .

WILLIAM C. MOHLER (YALE '48)

New Haven, Conn.

Sir:

. . . The way you talk you would think Irving Berlin and Cole Porter were the only two songwriters living. I'll take Jule Styne over both of them overrated buffoons. The score to High Button Shoes is truly...

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