The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Mar. 23, 1953

My 3 Angels (adapted from the French of Albert Husson by Sam & Bella Spewack) makes a very enjoyable evening of an always piquant theme. It tells how three badmen—convicts, in fact—become the good angels of a sadly harassed household. The scene is French Guiana, a region where on Christmas Day the temperature graciously drops to 104°, and where convicts can not only hire out but apparently never have to report back. The Messrs. Fixit of My 3 Angels are employed as roofers by a family in dire danger of having no roof over their heads: on the way from...

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