The Theater: New Musical in Manhattan, Nov. 22, 1948

As the Girls Go (music & lyrics by Jimmy McHugh & Harold Adamson; book by William Roos; produced by Michael Todd) sends a woman to the White House in 1953, and Bobby Clark along as her husband. While the Chief Executive (Irene Rich) is busy deliberating, her husband goes bounding about in costumes of all periods and professions, instructing infant buglers, presiding at tea parties, opening sporty beach clubs, receiving unorthodox degrees, making nonsense of politics and mincemeat of protocol. So highly placed, Bobby naturally encounters many fine-looking women to leer at and linger among: indeed, his wife's political enemies plant...

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