Theatre Notes, Mar. 31, 1923

La GarQonne, the novel by Victor Margueritte which occasioned his expulsion from the Legion of Honor, is first to be picturized and then dramatized. The alleged indecency of the book is the chief topic of the day in French literary circles. The Mountebank, a dramatization of Locke's novel, is soon to appear in Manhattan, with Norman Trevor in the leading role. If Winter Comes, a dramatization of A. S. M. Hutchinson's recent best seller, is to open on April 2. Cyril Maude, who will be recalled in Grumpy, is to appear' as...

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