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Theater: If Love Were All

Born 100 years ago this December, the late Noel Coward will not lack for centenary celebrations. This off-Broadway revue-cum-memoir, about his friendship and...

Cinema: Lawrence/Tussaud

"Extraordinary how potent cheap music is," said Gertrude Lawrence in Noel Coward's Private Lives. Extraordinary, too, how cheap potentially potent movies like...

The Theater: Last Dance

Gertrude Alexandra Dagmar Lawrence Klasen was a thin, gawky cockney child born to a Danish father and an Irish mother within sound of London's Bow Bells. The...

Books: BIOGRAPHY

While 1955 was no vintage year for biography, there were some good short lives and two or three jobs of major quality. None seemed so anxious to tell all as...

Cover Story: Gertie the Great

For weeks Broadway had buzzed with rumors that Playwright Moss Hart, who is being psychoanalyzed, would bring to town a Freudian musical play—a play that...

Radio: The Busy Air, May 10, 1948

Television continued to make news last week: ¶ From Madison Square Garden, the circus was presented in five three-hour telecasts. The Greatest Show on Earth...

The Theater: O!d Playlets in Manhattan

Tonight at 8:30 (by Noel Coward; produced by Homer Curran, Russell Lewis & Howard Young) ran to three evenings of three playlets each when Noel Coward and...

People, Aug. 22, 1938

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news: To the office of San Francisco's Mayor Angelo Rossi went Actress Gertrude Lawrence (Susan and God),...

Milestones, Sep. 15, 1952

Died. Gertrude Lawrence, 54, star of musicomedy (Lady in the Dark, The King and /-) and screen (Rembrandt, The Glass Menagerie); of cancer; in Manhattan (see...

Radio: Program Preview, Feb. 27, 1950

For the week starting Friday, Feb. 24. Times are E.S.T., subject to change. Ford Theater (Fri. 9 p.m., CBS-TV). Uncle Harry, with Joseph Schildkraut and Eva Le...

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