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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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Belle of Bond Street Girls.
New York, N.-Y., April 11. "The
Belle of Bond Street" is one of the
most successful, musical comedies
ever launched in New Yortt. -It is
packing the Shubert Theater nightly.
It has just three elements of success.
They rank in this order: Sam Ber
nard, Harry Pilcer, Gaby Deslys!
"The Belle of Bond Street" is 'sim
ply a revised version of "The Girl
from Kay's." Bernard, seen again in
his famous role of "Hoggenheimer,"
is funner than ever.
Pilcer dances his head off, and he
"goes hig." As for Gaby, she has a
new array of startling gowns, and
still more startling hats.
Somewhere in her travels over the
country, somebody seems to have
gotten hold of Gaby and taught her
quite a lot about acting.
The show is well mounted and the
girls are up to the Shubert standard
of good looks.
Al H. Woods is going to 'try an
experiment this. summer -which Willi,

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