Theater: New Plays in Manhattan: Sep. 4, 1933

Love and Babies (by Herbert P. Mc-Cormack, produced by Morris Green and Frank McCoy) is a domestically salacious trifle purporting to show how husbands and wives talk about procreation. Plot: a wife wants a baby, her husband does not. To soften him the wife invites as guests a couple who have a baby. The childless husband takes an interest but keeps his attitude. Meanwhile the father-husband fears his child has stolen his wife's love, receives an invitation from the childless wife to father her baby. He agrees, then reneges because he wants...

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