The Theatre: New Flop in Manhattan

Glamour Preferred (by Florence Ryerson & Colin Clements, produced by Brock Pemberton ) is a Hollywood story which for a few moments is highly engaging, thanks to the acting of Robert Craven as an ostensibly silly Englishman. He plays a warming love scene, and brings down the house with a line which should be immensely discouraging to women who dress-to-please-the-men. (To his wife about to put on evening clothes: "You'd better nip along and sling into your kit!") But like Beverly Hills and Quiet, Please!, which preceded it to Broadway by a fortnight,...

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