The Theatre: Tour

In 1933 fluttery Comedian Edward Everett Horton made a walloping twelve-week success of Springtime for Henry in Los Angeles. In June 1939, with no cinema commitments to tie him down, he decided to revive Benn Levy's frothy farce. Since then he has played Henry all over the country, has scooted profitably in & out of more than 75 theatres. Still going strong in Gloucester, Mass, last week, Horton's revival was pushing on past 300 performances.

Resplendent are the statistics of Henry's, travels. Henry even made money in Florida. The show grossed $3,100 for a one-night stand in Rochester, N. Y., skidded...

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