The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Nov. 23, 1953

Sabrina Fair (by Samuel Taylor) is a passable comedy of manners much enhanced by a polished production. Treating of the Long Island rich, it is also romantic comedy about a young lady with three suitors. The young lady (Margaret Sullavan) is a chauffeur's daughter, brought up among two of her swains, and now back home, chic and socially hep, after working five years in Paris. Which man Sabrina wants is clear enough, but there is a family problem about his marrying beneath him, and a personal problem, since he does not want to marry...

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