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The Moviegoer

Believing that it had a movie of "special interest to the college student," Twentieth Century Fox staged a special snap

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The Playgoer

"Night Must Fall" since its premiere three years ago, has graduated from first-run originality into the revival class which must

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The Crimson Bookshelf

T HE purpose of the editor in the presentation of this volume of contemporary periodical literature has been, in his

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The Crimson Bookshelf

W RITTEN by a young man of varied experiences, this second published novel brings new laurels to the already famous

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The Crimson Playgoer

A good medley of all former spy-pictures can now be seen at the Uptown Theatre. The merits of "I Was

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

Peter Standish  Leslie Howard Helen Pettigrew  Heather Angel Mr. Balderston's charming and successful play has lost little in its transition to the

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The Crimson Playgoer

This reviewer entered the awesome Loew's State theatre prepared to sigh for what might have been; to long for the

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The Crimson Playgoer

"The late Mr. Christopher Bean" says nothing whatever about fundamental principles of love and life, neither does it provide abundant

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The Crimson Playgoer

The possibility of seeing Joan Crawford in a South Sea setting, as the "painted" woman in a tropical "cloud-burst of

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BOOKENDS

M R. Scarborough has just written the perfect handbook and guide to the English mentality and its offspring, to be

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The Crimson Playgoer

In "Charles and Mary," Joan Temple's play based on the life of the Lambs, the Harvard Dramatic Club made a

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"THE STAR WITNESS"

"The Star Witness", one half the bill which is being shown at the University, is a film which owes its

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

There are three ingredients in this fruit cocktail. Take the author of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" and her husband, John Emerson,

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CRIMSON PLAYGOER

"What have theories to do with love? ", she queried and the curtains dropped. The answer obviously enough, is nothing,

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BOOKENDS

JEB STUART. By John W. Thomason Jr. Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1930. Price: $5.00. I HAVE tried to be

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