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ITALY: Notes, May 19, 1924

Marquis Bottini, staunch friend of the Prince of Monte Nevoso (Gabriele d'Annunzio), went to London town to sell Gabriele's manuscripts. It was asserted that...

Imaginary Interviews: Aug. 13, 1923

John D. Rockefeller: "It was learned that a Washington man named Lidoff has made my wigs ever since I resorted to artificial hair. It takes six weeks to...

Theater: Tallulah in Maplewood

Like a durable old dowager, creaky but impressive, the Second Mrs. Tanqueray has swept in & out of theatres ever since 1893. First played by the late great Mrs...

Foreign News Notes, Jun. 16, 1924

Standing upon the stones of Caesar's forum in Rome, Benito invoked the glories of the past to assembled Italian volunteers, ending his discourse with: "These...

Old Movies: Contemporized Classic

The pre-Hollywood superstars — Sarah Bernhardt, Eleanora Duse, Edwin Booth — survived in legend and, perhaps fortunately for them, their greatness has to be...

A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 5, 1960

TIME should appeal to every man and woman in America. WHEN, back in 1922, the founders of TIME set down those words in their initial prospectus, they were...

Theatre Notes, Jan. 21, 1924

Despite the autocracy of Art, it is found that Eleanora Duse, "greatest living actress," does not disdain American dollars. Mme. Duse received from Morris Gest...

Theatre: Revivals

At bargain prices, these time-honored attractions were tempting theatregoers on Broadway last week: The Lady From the Sea. Henrik Ibsen's psychological drama...

Theatre: New Plays in Manhattan: May 3, 1937

Penny Wise (by Jean Ferguson Black; Juliana Morgan, producer) belongs to a trivial and pleasant species of growth which, like grape hyacinth, hepatica and the...

Foreign News Notes, May 26, 1924

Finance Minister Signor Alberto de Stefani announced to the Italian Bankers' Association that there will be no deficit in the forthcoming budget, due to great...

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