The Crimson Playgoer
"Die Privatsekretaerin", the other attraction at the Fine Arts this week, is a light German musical. The story is unimportant. It concerns Vilma Foerster's little intrgue with her boss, Arvai.
Rente Mueller, as Vilma, is still her charming self. As usual, she flits about with a certain light airy grace, and makes herself attractive and delightful. She also sings several pleasant little songs of a sentimental nature.
Hermann Thimig, as Arvai, does a good job opposite Miss Mueller. There are also some good comedy bits, including one excellent drunken scene, contributed by Felix Bressart.