'The Gingham Girl,'
Once in Vaudeville,
Pleasing as Play
Daniel Ku sell's Musical Com
y Makes Decided Hit at
In the field of straight comedy
"Kempy" has been the negative answer
to the query, "Can any good come out
of vaudeville?" In musical comedy
"The Gingham Girl," at the Karl Car
roll Theater, last night scouted the Idea
with a blare of trumpets.
This piece, by Daniel Kusell, a new
comer to the legitimate stage, has served
Kddle Buzzell long and well in tabloid ;
form In the varieties, and when It was J
f,rretehed to go further around It did
not become so thin that the music hall i
could be seen sticking through it. Ex
panded vaudeville skits often develop j
an alarming skittishness and silliness
when transplanted to the rarefied atmos
phere of the regular stage. But "The
Gingham Girl" stayed close to earth and
only used puns once or twice.
There was an engaging naturalness
about It, and more than a whiff of the
dalminess that kept "Irene" rooted'to
the spot so long. Unobtrusively It crept
up on New York, tugged the public by
the coat tuils and exclaimed, "I'm a
hit!" And it was. Anyone who came
to ,1ecr last night remained to cheer.
Tho only moments when It became
flabby last night was when too much
plot clogged the wheels of progress
presumably because there was so much
dougn in it. The little country girl
mentioned In tho title made a special
brand of cookies which were a failure
in the rural districts, but knocked
New York off Its feet through being so
? light. Anyone who accomplishes mira.
clt.- of fortune making on the stage
simply by developing a new kind of
doughnut or Jam or whipped cream al
ways seems to bo evoking success sim
ply by waving a spoon in the air. This
?s doubly incredible the unrea1 at
mosphere of musical comedy wh< al
most any kind of pie crust seems loo
neavy for tho plot to sustain.
But Buzzell made the cookies more
easily digestible. This diminutive com
edian established himself as a fixture
on the legitimate stage in the role of
the rustic youth who left New Hamp
shire. confident of conquering Manhat
tan, but was overcome by the bright
lights and finally had to seek a job
from the successful little sweetheart
whom he had once pitied to the cxtnt
of |100 In a loan. He has toned down
the staccato methods ho used In vaude
ville and his unforced manner and genial
smile won him now friends, while he
showed a devastating gift of turning a
serious situation humorously just when
it was becoming suffocatingly sentimen
The playwright has generusly en
dowed other characters with comedy,
much of It having the unexpected qual
ity of wit that Is so good it will prob
ably appear In other comedies again.
Some of It falls to Helen Ford, much
developed In charm and attractiveness,
who as the demure Blue Bird cooky
maid Is worthy of a Maeterllncklan es
say. Louise Allen, the Mary Flckford
of musical comedy, and Ilussell Mack, a (
pleasant young light comedian, have
some genuinely diverting moments to
gether, especially in a newlywed num
ber, and Alan Kdwards, Eleanor Dawn,
Dolly Lewis and Amelia Summerville ;
are others deserving a citation.
The pretty and agile chorus are ex
ceptional In that each girl Is capable
of doing a bit.
Kusell, who staged the piece with
EdgRr MacGregor, In addition to pre
senting It with Laurence Schwab, has
done his work well. The music by [
Albert von Tllzer Is adequate.
PICKFORD AND BRIDE
OF *SALLY' ARRIVE
Marilynn Praises Ziegfeld as
Jack Plokford and his bride, who was
Marilynn Miller of the stage and still is.
arrived yesterday from California, where '
they were married recently. They are j
at the Ambassador Hotel. They were
in high spirits and went to see a play
last night, "George White's Scandals," i
opening ut the Globe.
Marilynn Is going to play In "Sally"
again. Rehearsals begin soon. She re
ferred reluctantly to the controversy !
with her manager, Florena Ziegfeld, Jr.,
over her marriage. She paid him com- ;
plitnents us a manager, saying he was
ihe best lir"hls line, and added that there
was no reason why she should not con- |
tlnue under his direction If they both
desired It. In other words, she thought
disagreements over personal affairs
need not necessarily upset business ar
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WINS AUDIENCE'S APPROVAL
Patent Leather Forest Scene and Song About Various
Dancing Steps Bring Uproarious Applause?
Chorus Graceful in Black Satin.
By LAWRENCE REAMER.
George White has again brought his
"Scandals"?they must be his own, ha
he puts his name before them with the
proprietary apostrophe?to the Olobn
Theater, where they were last night
divulged with every sign of the highest
approval from the audience. This Is
the fourth of the series, and, as in the
case of its predecessors, Mr. White has
entisted a small army of collaborators
to write tunes, design scenes and paint
them and to determine artistically Just
how low the degree of visibility in cos
tuming can be In these precarious days.
They are too numerous a catalogue to
be named now.
Beginning with the Garden of Eden,
there was the precedent, of course, for
as much exposure, double or single, as
the most tricky cinema ever revealed.
Then there were modern Eves to follow
the historic beginning. They were as
tonishingly self-contained in view of
their possibilities, and when it was dis
covered that they wore tights the know
ing spectators wondered. But there was
something In store for them: the disap
pointment was but temporary. ThS
had their shock at the close of the first
act. Whiteman's band was jazzing its
life out when the curtains opened to
| disclose the Patent Leather Forest. The
; audience wondered If Mr. White, who
j invariably appears with patent leather
| hair, had converted It Into a forest.
There scarcely seemed enough of It.
| But it was soon apparent that a shiny
j silhouette of wootj^id was what the de
Sing of Dsnelng Steps.
Mr. White with his feminine cohorts
In black satin sang of the different
steps in dancing that might make life
happy every day. More of the black
satin army, always comely and moving
gracefully, filled the stage. It reached
high into the space of the shiny back
ground. The girls sang and in their
way repeated Mr. White's steps. They
did it all so gracefully that the spec
tators broke into quite spontaneous
applause. Then the curtain fell and so
apparently did the black frocks. When
It showed the young women again they
were in lingerie. Maybe, after all, it
wasn't lingerie. Perhaps It was only a
combination of brassieres and cami
soles and the rest of those confusing
things that make up the feminine un
derwear which a bachelor is not sup
posed to know more about than he
sees in theaters. At all events, the
audience loved the change and It wound
up the first act In a blaze of applause
and cigarette smoke. The song plug
gers, always numerous nt a White first
night, seemed to be having the time of
their young Broadway lives.
Mr. White was not this year so re
tiring as usual. He danced once lr> the
old skis from the Winter Garden days
of a decade ago, and he did the difficult
steps with the old grace and vigor.
Then he led the dancers in the weekly
program which he rhythmically out
lined to Ills colleagues. He is the same
incomparably graceful and easy dancer
that he used to be before he had reviews
on his mlrvd. But tho comic dancing
was in the hands, or rather the feet, and
for that matter the whole body of Lester
Allen. He was never more amusing in
his acrobatic maneuvers than he was
last night. In the burlesque of "I've
Found a Four I^eaf Clover" he was in
his broad humor posHibly the best of the'
avmlnf'i fun. ?
Will Improve With Practice.
W. C. Fields was not as lai'ghab'e
the traffic episode as he will be later.
That is true of much of what the audi
ence saw last night. It will all be
improved by practice. Perhapfrsufficient
repetition may even make the baseball
sketch urryhsing. These variety scenes
following one another so swiftly must
move like clockwork to have their full
effectiveness. The IJghtner Girls and
Alexander of vaudeville, Franklyn Ar
delle, Charles Wilkens and above all,
Iyster Allen are auch skilled comedians
that they need only opportunity to make
any scene amusing. They may be
counted on to carry the "Scandals" to
all the success that Is deserved by the
talent of Its performers, not to mention
what Is the one solid foundation of all
musical playa?the beauty of the chorus.
There was an uncommonly fresh and
comely blooming of loveliness last night.
Indeed all that was dependent on the
sense of sight was a complete success.
The optic nerve had no ground for
grumbling. .Tack McGowan sang about
tlie little ("Inderellus in recent plays and
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und might have jazzed itself into in
i sensibility had not the Patent Leather
| Forest been impending. When thut was
\ shown to the spectators, all else was
forgiven, maybe forgotten.
Notes of the Stage
"The Torch Hearers," a satirical comedy
by (it-urge Kelly, will blaze a trail to the
Forty-eighth Street Theater to-night. Misses
1 Miirv Poland. Helen Lowell and Alison Hklp
worth and Arthur Shaw me among those
I who will emit sparks of tho illvlno flro.
??! Will IT Yon Will," by Crane WtlbufT
will daro th? public at the fbntedy Theater
tonight. Thin comedy, stuped by Mrs.
TrltuW* Bradlty ami proem ed by Gaorge
Hroadbumt. will provide parking space for
the talent of Kdmond Lowe, Haiflay H el men.
William Roselle, Walter Watket, Loalle
I Hunt and several pounds more.
??Sally. Irene and Mary," tho latest musi
cal play to be produced by the Shuberts,
will take effect at the Casino Theater on
Mnndav night, September 4, and not with a
?matinee as tho Broadway rocking chair gos
sips had it.
Souvenirs in the shape of metal goldfish
inscribed with Miss Marjnrte Rambeaus
autograph will be dtstributedattheSUubert
Theater at performances of The Golallsn,
but patrons must supply their own glass
Miss Isabel Withers, as Kate, last evening
Joined "Kempy" at tho Belmont Theater,
which is likewise beginning to rotate crops
among Its players.
"The Endlost Chain," with Miss Margaret
Lew retire, Is revolving this week at Atlantic
Cit\. The George M. Cohan Theater will
be the next sprocket for It on Monday.
John Golden, producer of "A Serpent's
Tooth," with Miss Marie Tempest, Is con
sidering a night performance In he pear
future as " British Night, provided the
Little Theater Is large enough for that patt
of the British Empire now in New Vork.
To-morrow night will be the 400th per
forms nee of tho "Music Bo* Revue, which
will be rewound presently.
Miss Enid Bennett, motion Picture star
and In private life Mrs. Fred Nlhlo, wife
of the movie director, will make her return
to the legitimate stage In Oliver Morosco a
new production "The Sporting Thing To Do.
hy Thompson Buchanan, to produced In Los
Angeles September 4.
Brock l'emberton has postponed tho open
ing of "The Plot Thickens" at the Booth
Theater from September 4 to Tuesday. Sep
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BARNEY A I I I Rlinil 45th,W.ofH'way.Kves.8 :30
ALEXANDER CARR 111 a fl B BIJUU Mats. To-m'w k sat. 2:30.
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Mts ThnraASat.^J | I ? | 1 ? By MILNE with CHAfl. CHERRY
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yy TkemPY 1 MANHATTAN COftKDY
ll/t ant IB" ? tlm Nmriiti. | Mover Sept. 4th to Nora Hayes Theatre.
Farewetfffui Not Hood-bye
Last Times to see the
Picture that will live
Forever in the memory
of all who have seen it.
Central Tbea. ''"on"t'i>IVl' \i.
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44TH ST. THEATRE ^^.waJP
TWICE DAILY 3:30-8:30.
A SENSATIONAL TRIUMPH!!!
?Hy ay AL-t*
Packed to the Door, at Every Performance
"THE WORLD IS MINE"
ILVISItf THEATRE WM2ST
w ? BmlBi TWICE DAILY 230-fiJD
TOMOR'W NiGHT?SEATS NOW
l'rmiidd Performance of
GEO. M. COHAN'S
New English-American Comedy
"So This Is London!"
by Arthur Goodrich.
REAL IMPORTED SCOTCH
Will Re Opened
Sept. 4 at the KLAW THEATRE
W5 St. W.of B'wa.v. Kvh.n :80. Mts.Wed.dSaI
\Direot from Season's Run in London.
with MACnONA!,r> WATSON
and THE BOOTTl&H PCAYBKK.
'I uw it Seven Times."?Ilarr.v bander.
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY
CUMU-fiRST POR MAT. TOMORROW
4th ANNUAL PRODUCTION
j" RANK COLLECTION OF BEAUTIES
EARL C/TrR01Lmtah?Awkd7 ?r>0 8t
I YPPilM West ?t.'ith S.t. Kvanlnga at Ht.'tO
LibLUin Mats. Thursday and Sat.2:30.
'Miss Starr never mi charming."
?Kenneth Margowan, Olobe. I
DAVin HELA8CO Presents
Mats. Thursday and Hat.2:S0,
"Miss t'lrlc Irresistibly amusing."
?Lawrence Iteamer, Herald
I>AVtn HKLAflrO Presents
S125? ULRICas KIKII
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MOORH * MKi'iI.EY'H New Musical Conicdvsl
llackett's Comedy I
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(ten. W.I30th St.Ferry. Ml New Attraction)
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OrENtX) HAT. MtlllT. HEI'T. 2.
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ftipiTni FLORENCE VIDOR
LAM I U Ljn "dusk to dawn"
B'way at Mat Capital Uraud Orchestra.
1'our Situation Wnntrd All. in The
Wnnt Ad. Section of 'MR XEW YORK
HERAT.D should put yon In touch with
just thn sort of people with whom you
would like to connect. Try one. Tele
phone Worth 10,000,
NEXT FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT.I
Announces the World! Premiei?
of allow fhotofPlay of '
flxccptionaJInterest and Appeal
A VIVID AND DRAMATIC TREATMENT
OF A THEME NEAR AND DEAR
SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BOX OFFICtr
From the story by
JAMES OLIVER CZTRWOOD
Directed by FRANK BORZAGE _
riRAMA?real. vivid, thrilling drama *
in all it* trnte momenta--?with
love and tacrifice in the frozen fantne**
of the great Northwe?t as the back
stmind- that it thf( tory of "The
Valley of Silent Man." It is Curwood
at his best, and Boizage, who created
"Humoretque," at hi* beat, too. It i* a
picture of the outdoor* that you'll love.
lis a Paramount Picture
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