Page 10, 25th November 1938

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Page 10, 25th November 1938 — The Play Merrie England The Shoemaker's Holiday
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The Play Merrie England The Shoemaker's Holiday

0 LD English Centuries Assortment presented by Nancy Price. Why, nobody knows, but the League for the Protection of Decrepit Dramagoers (Elizabethan Revival Section), Inc., of Omaha, has an idea which we will not discuss here. However be it, the madcap shoemaker who became Lord Mayor of London is merry erry and Thomas Dekker's whole short, except the theme song's twentyeighth repetition of itself is innocuous enough and decoratively produced " just how they would have done it themselves." J. G. Playhouse




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