Education: New Plays in Manhattan, Dec. 28, 1953

Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (by Edward Chodorov) is an engaging comedy about the love affair between a middle-aged psychoanalyst (Franchot Tone) and a Freudian slip of a girl (Betsy von Furstenberg). On his wedding eve, Tone is disconcerted to learn from a new patient that his bride-to-be has a lurid past. A second patient, Anne Jackson, reveals that her embittered movie-star husband has decided to seduce Tone's fiancee to see if the analyst "can take it as well as dish it out."

Fortunately, Playwright Chodorov* peoples his play with characters who are every bit as zany on their feet as they are...

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