Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Jan. 9, 1928

Paris Bound. There have been since men and women started getting married an indefinite number of gravely ingenious arguments why "not" should be struck from the Seventh Commandment. Philip J. Q. Barry, able younger playwright, makes a happy marriage; all but breaks it when this irritating monosyllable is overemphasized. In the last, lithe moments of his comedy the man and wife decide presumably to forgive and forget.

This man and this woman have hoards of money; houses in the country; smartly charming tricks of conversation; and, as the play proceeds, two children. Also...

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