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The Crimson Playgoer

The Playgoer's film acquaintance with Miss Harding dates from the brave days of "Holiday" and "Paris Bound." After seeing "Holiday"

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The Crimson Playgoer

Miss Hepburn, the tenderly dominant daughter of the house in "A Bill of Divorcement" and the strangely masculine aviatrix of

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The Crimson Playgoer

(The following review is reprinted from the "Crimson" files of last year.) The gayest of all gay musical films has

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The Crimson Playgoer

A performance of "The Gondoliers" is a rarity in America. Although amateur performances have been given by Middle-sex School, Concord

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Once more the Nipponese come trooping out of Titipu; the Land of the Rising Sun goes Topsy-Turvy, and Victorian England

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

Of a show that is dead, nihil nisi bonum. The old people can have their brave talk of old plays;

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Tragedies based on renunciation have been rare enough on the American screen, where happy ends must always be peeping around

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The Crimson Playgoer

Since there had to be this play about a little movie usher who goes out under the bright lights to

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The Crimson Playgoer

This is a picture that has slipped by many people unseen because its title suggests gangland melodrama. In reality, it

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

To see what Mr. March would make of "Dr. Jekyll" at the University Theatre was a matter of live interest

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THE CRIMSON PLAYGOER

The gayest of all gay musical films has come again to the Fine Arts Theatre. This German operetta, with its

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

Heralded by this pat and pleasant show-title, Miss Ann Pennington once more recommends herself to a Harvard following. If spontaneity

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The Crimson Playgoer

The title of the picture presupposes the tropics, the tropics presuppose a disreputable cabaret, and the cabaret presupposes a girl

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

The mansions of filmdom are still haunted. Of "ghosties and ghoulies and a lang-leggity beasties that go bump "in the

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

The large cast that faced a Boston first-night audience last evening has a difficult task. It must present characters to

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