The Theater: New Plays in Manhattan, Dec. 31, 1956

Speaking of Murder (by Audrey and William Roos) will raise no goose-pimples or chill no blood, but it has some incidental virtues. It concerns an English blonde who, during a lengthy visit in Connecticut, has done in the wife of the house from a desire to marry the husband. But the husband has married a movie star instead, and the undiscouraged blonde is now ready to have a go at the second wife by suffocating her in a built-in vault in the library.

Although British Actress Brenda de Banzie plays the villainess with a...

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