The Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: Nov. 19, 1934

All Rights Reserved (by Irving Kaye Davis; Joseph Pollak, producer) is a farce treatment of the home life of a serious man of letters and the Single Standard. Philip Frampton (William Harrigan) has been away from home three months. During that time he has written his wife Josie (Violet Heming) one letter. That letter grew to such proportions that he sent it not to Josie but to the American Mercury. Meantime Josie has received a bite from what Sherwood Anderson calls "the writing bug" and has turned out a salacious best-seller called A Naked...

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