Mr. Rose Goes to London

From London, where he is busy getting his Carmen Jones produced, Broadway's Billy Rose last week sent Columnist Walter Winchell a report on everything from St. Paul's to Piccadilly streetwalkers, but chiefly on the state of the theater.

"With practically no exceptions, every show is a sellout and they have twice as many shows currently playing as we have in New York. A theater ticket is one of the few things they can buy without ration points. Some shows are good, some are bad. It doesn't seem to matter. The musicals that I have seen don't come up to our standards,...

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