The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Dec. 3, 1945

A Sound of Hunting (by Harry Brown; produced by Irving L. Jacobs) is Harry Brown's first play and, like his first novel, is about the war. But A Sound of Hunting lacks the substance, along with the timeliness, of A Walk in the Sun. It has certain merits, but almost no meaning.

Its main characters are a squad of G.I.s, battle-weary from weeks of fighting at Cassino, war-weary from years of Army grind. The day they are to be sent back of the lines for a rest, the least popular of them gets trapped under...

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