Page 7, 2nd February 1940

2nd February 1940
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Page 7, 2nd February 1940
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Hollywood' S Wizard

Waves a Wand him and invites him to come with her so that the Wizard can give him a brain. Then she meets the Tin Man—he has no heart. So he comes, too, to get a heart. Then she......

Cinephone

Band Waggon IT so happens that I am one of the 1 few people living in these islands who have never heard an entire pro gramme through of the famous B.B.C. "Band Waggon." You......

Your Garden Is Vital In War

T HE recent weather conditions has put a different complexion OH things in the garden. Notice how powdery and fine the soil is ill the sunshine of a fine afternoon. But notice......

The Wizard Of Ck

E'RE off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz " k a simple song that errand boys will whistle of your garder gate: that the B.B.C. will deliver direct to you at lunch,......

Play

PARABLE from Eugene O'Neill Desire Under the Elms IXTEEN years ago this play of Eugene O'Neill's shocked America, we are told. Perhaps if America had been more familiar with the......

As You Are

I DON'T know at all what the authors of this little play mean by calling it As You Are. A nostalgic memory keeps reminding me that this is very much the sort of piece which has......