The Theater: New Play in Manhattan, Mar. 16, 1959

Look After Lulu (adapted by Noel Coward from Georges Feydeau's Occupe toi d'Amélie) is a game of musical chairs played with beds. Philippe (George Baker), who must leave Paris on regimental maneuvers, asks his pal Marcel (Roddy McDowall) to look after his mistress Lulu ("Take her to the zoo"). But before Lulu (Tammy Grimes) can say "zoo, la la," she wakes up in bed with her chaperon. She promptly dives under it to make room for Marcel's own mistress, a mock-seductive duchess (Polly Rowles) with the voice and manner of Poe's Raven. From across the frozen tundra comes the Prince of...

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