Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Oct. 9, 1933

As Thousands Cheer (words & music by Moss Hart & Irving Berlin; Sam Harris, producer). Even more tasteful than The Band Wagon, every bit as funny as Of Thee I Sing, this revue began turning away a cue of ticket seekers at 11 o'clock on the morning after its first night. What people missed who did not get in:

A prelude in which a man (Leslie Adams, the droll cuckold of Goodbye Again) bites a dog, a cataclysm which looses a series of news stories that never, never could have happened. Citizen & Mrs. Hoover...

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