Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Feb. 22, 1937

Yes, My Darling Daughter (by Mark Reed; Alfred de Liagre Jr., producer) is an inconsequential pleasantry exhibiting Peggy Conklin, a cynosure three seasons ago when she bundled in The Pursuit of Happiness, as a serious young woman with journalistic ambitions which have no outlet for the moment except acting as her mother's secretary. The horn-rimmed glasses and blue jeans in which she first appears vanish quickly, but not the raspberry-ice freshness of manner which saves her cutenesses from being altogether silly. A topical note is injected into this warm and sprightly comedy when she...

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