The Theater: New Revue In Manhattan, Dec. 25, 1950

Bless You All (music & lyrics by Harold Rome; sketches by Arnold Auerbach; produced by Herman Levin and Oliver Smith) is sometimes pleasant but never for long. Virtually everyone connected with it has more to boast of than the show itself. It's brightly colored but badly tended; the whole thing needs weeding, even the better things need watering. It looks about as a Broadway revue should look—perhaps in New Haven—three weeks before it opens on Broadway.

With Oliver Smith sets, Miles White costumes and some superior showgirls, Bless You All is sleek and satiny...

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