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18 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE PROGRAM

NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES and ATTRACTIONS 
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"AS THOUSANDS CHEER"
MUSIC BOX, 45th St., W. Of Broadway
A Musical Revue 
By Irving Berlin and Moss Hart.
MARILYN MILLER, CLIFTON
WEBB, HELEN BRODERICK. 
ETHEL WATERS
Matinees: Thursday and Saturday
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"BIRTHRIGHT"
49th STREET THEATRE, 49th St., W. of Broadway
A new play of life in Germany under the Nazi Regime. By Richard Maibaum. 
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
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"CHAMPAGNE, SEC"
44th STREET THEATRE, 44th St., W. of Broadway
Johann Strauss' Famous Viennese Operetta. 
Starring PEGGY WOOD, HELEN FORD, GEORGE MEADER.
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 
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"DOUBLE DOOR" 
RITZ THEATRE, 48th St., W. of Broadway
A Melodrama by Elizabeth McFadden
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday.
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"GROWING PAINS"
AMBASSADOR THEATRE, 49th St., W. of Broadway
A comedy by Aurania Rouverol with JUNIOR DURKIN.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
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"HAYWIRE"
BIJOU THEATRE, 45th St., W. of Broadway
A comedy by Kennon Jewett, with TOM POWERS.
Opening Thanksgiving Night.
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"HER MASTER'S VOICE"
PLYMOUTH THEATRE, 45th St., W. of Broadway
A comedy by Clare Kummer.
ROLAND YOUNG and LAURA HOPE CREWS starred.
Matinees: Thursday and Saturday.
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"HOLD YOUR HORSES"
WINTER GARDEN, Broadway at 50th St.
JOE COOK in
A Musical Runaway in 24 Scenes.
HARRIET HOCTOR and Cast of 100
Matinees: Thursday and Saturday.
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"LET THEM EAT CAKE" 
IMPERIAL THEATRE, 45th St., W. of Broadway
A Musical Comedy sequel to "Of Thee I Sing." 
Book by Geo. S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind. Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gerswhin.
With WILLIAM GAXTON, LOIS MORAN and VICTOR MOORE.
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday.
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"MEN IN WHITE"
BROADHURST THEATRE, 44th St., W. of Broadway
A Drama By Sidney Kingsley.
With the Group Theatre Acting Company. 
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday.
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"SHE LOVES ME NOT"
46th STREET THEATRE, 46th St., W. of Broadway
A new comedy in 19 Scenes.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
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"THE DARK TOWER"
MOROSCO THEATRE, 45th St., W. of Broadway
A Melodrama in three acts by Alexander Woollcott and George S. Kaufman with BASIL SYDNEY, ERNEST MILTON, WILLIAM HARRIGAN, MARGALO GILLMORE.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
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"THE DRUMS BEGIN"
SHUBERT THEATRE, 44th St., W. of Broadway
JUDITH ANDERSON in a new play by Howard Irving Young.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
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"THE FIRST APPLE"
CONRAD NAGEL in a comedy by Lynn Starling, with IRENE PURCELL.
Coming soon.
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"THE GREEN BAY TREE"
CORT THEATRE, 48th St., E. of Broadway
By Mordaunt Shairp.
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday.
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"TEN MINUTE ALIBI"
ETHEL BARRYMORE THEATRE, 47th St., W. of B'way
By Anthony Armstrong.
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday.
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"THREE AND ONE" 
LONGACRE THEATRE, 48th St., W. of Broadway
By Denys Amiel. Adapted by Lewis Galantiere and John Houseman. 
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
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"THUNDER ON THE LEFT"
ELLIOT THEATRE, 39th E. of Broadway
A dramatization by Jean Ferguson Black of the Christopher Morley novel of the same name.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
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Famous Sunday Night Concerts at the Winter Garden Every Sunday at 8:30. Brightest Spot on Broadway.


THE MUSIC BOX 19

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