Theatre: Polisuk v. Kaufman

No contemporary in the U. S. theatre is so blessed with the Midas touch as George S. Kaufman. Sole author of only one show (The Butter and Egg Man—1925), from 1921 to 1935 he has year after year collaborated on such historic hits as Dnloy (1921), To the Ladies (1922), Merton of the Movies (1922), Helen of Troy, New York (1923), Beggar on Horseback (1924), The Cocoannts (1925), The Royal Family (1927), Animal Crackers (1928), June Moon (1929), Once in a Lifetime (1930), The Band Wagon (1931), Of Thee I Sing (1931), Dinner at...

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