The Theater: Best Bets on Broadway, Nov. 16, 1942

The Damask Cheek. Flora Robson in a pleasant comedy of bygone Manhattan manners (TIME, Nov. 2).

The Eve of St. Mark. Maxwell Anderson's touching and timely story of the life & death of a soldier (TIME, Oct. 19).

Strip for Action. Army camp meets burlesque troupe with mildly upsetting but chiefly uproarious results (TIME, Oct. 12).

Angel Street. Suave torture in a dimly lit Victorian drawing room (TIME, Dec. 15).

Sons o' Fun. Hellzapoppin with the deuces wild (TIME, Dec. 15).

Junior Miss. Cartoon about the awkward age when giggles serve for repartee (TIME, Dec. 1).

Blithe Spirit. Noel Coward's gay farce of how a first wife's...

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