Plymouth--"The House of Fear". Melodrama of the creepy type. Pleasant relaxation together with the thrills and chills.
Hollis -- "Pygmalion". Bernard Shaw with the usual finesse of the Theatre Guild production. Nobody seated during the first act.
Copley--"The Middle Watch". Another mystery farce.
Schubert--"Pleasure Bound." Phil Baker is the headliner. Jack Donahue and Boyle Girls add to the fun.
Tremont--"Hot Chocolates." Colored musical revue. Last two days.
University--"The Kiss". Greta Garbo does well in a stupid picture. "The Song of Love" with Belle Baker.
Central Square -- "The Forward Pass." Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and Loretta Young go more collegiate than ever.
Metropolitan -- "General Crack." John Barrymore up to his old stunts in his first all talking picture with scenes in technicolor.
Fenway--"Applause". Second only to "Hallelujah" in the roster of the worth while productions of sound pictures. Directed by the fine eye of Robert Mamoulian of the Theatre Guild.
Keith's--"Hot For Paris." Low humor bellowed by Victor McLaglen.