breaks with the traditional happy ending, dropping his curtain on a tragic note with a dose of patriotism of the 1810 General Jackson period. As a comedy without a comedian the author fails to win the full approval of an average London audience. In attempts to be naughty he succeeds only in being a little bit vulgar and rather silly,— (Piccadilly.) C. M. G.
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27th August 1943
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