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"Overseas Review" at Keith's Is Entertaining Production

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Miss Elizabeth Brice, in "The Overseas Review" is the principal attraction of a well-balanced bill at Keith's this week. Assisted by Will Morrisey and a large company she presents a performance different from and much better than the usual army act. It has real overseas atmosphere, and contains some new and witty doughboy "lines." The "top sergeant," "M. P.',, and other well-known personages are cleverly characterized.

Billy Glason, who gives some songs and jokes of the Al Jolson type, was enthusiastically received. Other entertainers are Tozart in an original act as "The Vagabond Artist," Maryan Vochi, who does some skillful too-dancing, Aleen Bronson, in a clever school-girl part, Hobson and Beatty, Finlay and Hill, and Mile, La Toy's canine models.

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