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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"

The Crimson Playgoer

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

The Crimson Playgoer

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

The Crimson Playgoer

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

The Crimson Playgoer

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

The Crimson Playgoer

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

THE CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

The Crimson Playgoer

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

CRIMSON PLAYGOER

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

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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