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Theater: Fool's Gold

Foxy transports Broadwayites to an antic, 1890s Yukon, where all the fool's gold is stashed in the pouches under Bert Lahr's eyes. When Lahr crosses those...

The Theater: $6.60 Comedian

$6.60 Comedian (See Cover) From the shadowed haven of the wings, the stage of Broadway's Mark Hellinger Theater looked as big and lonely as a desert at midday...

Time Essay: Goodbye To 'OUR MARY'

Her genius was always in her reactions to things. Some small outrage would happen by, and Mary, a Bert Lahr born lovely, would do a fine, slow burn, her...

Books: Where the Laughs Came From

NOTES ON A COWARDLY LION by John Lahr. 394 pages. Knopf. $8.95. Later this season, when Dorothy and her friends again gather in Oz on their annual TV rerun,...

Music: The Singing Expatriates

To some theatergoers, the most memorable moment in the 1951 Broadway hit Two on the Aisle came when Bert Lahr opened his cavernous mouth on the song: There...

TELEVISION: Program Preview, Aug. 6, 1956

For the week starting Thursday, Aug. 2. Times are E.D.T., subject to change. TELEVISION Julius La Rosa Show (Sat. 8 p.m., NBC). Guests: Bert Lahr, Lassie. Ed...

People: Jul. 13, 1962

Into Houston to visit the new, $90-million Manned Spacecraft Center that will be their headquarters by 1964 wheeled the seven Mercury astronauts. By way of...

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